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Teledyne Paradise Datacom Q-Flex Dual IF/L-Band Satellite Modem

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  • Dual IF/L-Band operation
  • Data rates to 155Mbps
  • Advanced IP feature set
  • Software upgradeable


SKU: SATRES-92111

Main Specifications
Frequency IF: 50 to 90MHz & 100 to 180MHz

(resolution 100Hz) (BNC connector)

L-band: 950 to 2050MHz (resolution

100Hz) (N-type connector)
Data Rate DVB-S2: 50kbps to 155Mbps

FastLink LDPC: 4.8kbps to 100Mbps

TPC: 4.8kbps to 60Mbps, 1bps resolution Operation to 2,048kbps provided as standard; extension options to 5Mbps, 10Mbps, 25Mbps, 60Mbps, 100Mbps and 155Mbps
Symbol Rate DVB-S2: 100ksps to 45Msps Non-DVB-S2: 9.6ksps to 40Msps
Operating Modes DVB-S2 (EN 302 307) option Closed Network (+ ESC) (IESS-315) IBS/IDR (IESS-308/309/310/314) options
Scrambling DVB-S2: as per EN 302 307

IBS: Synchronised to framing per IESS-309 Closed Network + ESC: Synchronised to ESC overhead
Impedance IF: 50Ω/75Ω

L-band: 50Ω
Return Loss IF: 18dB typical L-band: 14dB typical
Frequency Reference Stability Ageing <4E-8/yr
External Reference Clocking only: 1 to 10MHz, 1kHz steps

Clocking and RF frequency: 10MHz, 0dBm±1dB
Redundancy Can be operated in standalone, 1:1 or 1:N redundancy configuration
Traffic Interfaces
Base modem (standard) Ethernet (10/100/1000 BaseT) IP traffic on RJ45 with processing capability of 100,000 packets per second
Traffic options EIA-530 (RS422, X.21, V.35 and RS232 on 25-pin D-type female)

G.703 (balanced on RJ-45; unbalanced 75Ω BNC female)

Quad E1 G.703 (balanced RJ45)

Quad ASI (75Ω BNC)

STM-1/OC-3/Optical Gigabit Ethernet (small form-factor pluggable module)

Serial LVDS (25-pin D-type female)

HSSI (50-pin HD SCSI-2 connector)
MultiMux option generates a single carrier from any mixture of G.703, IP and EIA-530 traffic (requires Quad E1 option)
Modulator
Output Power IF: 0 to –25dBm (0.1dB steps)

L-band: 0 to –30dBm (0.1dB steps)
Output Power Stability ±0.5dB, 0ºC to 50ºC
Transmit Filter Roll-off 20%, 25%, 35%
Phase Accuracy ±2º maximum
Amplitude Accuracy ±0.2dB maximum
Carrier Suppression -30dBc minimum
Output Phase Noise As IESS-316, nominally 3dB better
Harmonics Better than –55dBc/ 4kHz in band
Spurious Better than –55dBc/ 4kHz in band
Transmit On/Off Ratio 55dB minimum
Demodulator
Input Range IF minimum: -115+10 log (symbol rate)

L-band minimum: -130+10 log (symbol rate)

IF/L-band maximum: -80+10 log (symbol rate)
Maximum Composite Signal +10dBm
Wanted-to-composite Level IF: -94+10 log (symbol rate)

L-band: -102+10 log (symbol rate)
Frequency Sweep Width ±1kHz to ±32kHz up to 10 Msps (1kHz steps)

±10kHz to ±250kHz above 10 Msps (10kHz steps)
Acquisition Threshold <5dB Es/No QPSK
Acquisition Time Dependent on FEC, data rate and sweep width (at 9.6kbps, less than 1s at 6dB Es/No QPSK; at 10Mbps, less than 100ms at 6dB Es/No QPSK)
Clock Tracking Range ±100ppm minimum
Receive Filter Roll-off 20%, 25%, 35%
Performance Monitoring Eb/No (range 0-15dB, ±0.2dB)

Frequency offset (100Hz resolution)

Receive signal level

Buffer fill status
AGC Output Buffered direct AGC output for antenna tracking, etc.
Forward Error Correction
Modulation
DVB-S2 (Option) QPSK, 8PSK, 16APSK
Non-DVB-S2 BPSK, QPSK, OQPSK plus options for: 8PSK, 16QAM, FastLink 8QAM, FastLink 16APSK, FastLink 32APSK, FastLink 64QAM
FEC
DVB-S2 (LDPC/BCH) option QPSK 1/4, 1/3, 2/5, 1/2, 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 5/6, 8/9, 9/10

8PSK 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 8/9, 9/10

16APSK 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 5/6, 8/9, 9/10
Non-DVB-S2 Note BPSK and (O)QPSK provided as standard; other modulations are options
FastLink Low-Latency LDPC option BPSK 0.499

(O)QPSK 0.532, 0.639, 0.710, 0.798

8PSK/8QAM: 0.639, 0.710, 0.778

16APSK/16QAM: 0.726, 0.778, 0.828, 0.851

32APSK: 0.778, 0.828, 0.886, 0.938

64QAM: 0.828, 0.886, 0.938, 0.960
TPC option BPSK 5/16, 21/44, 0.493 (Paradise), 2/3, 3/4, 0.789 (Paradise), 7/8 (Paradise), Rate 7/8 de facto

(O)QPSK: 5/16, 21/44, 0.493 (Paradise), 2/3, 3/4, 0.789 (Paradise), 7/8 (Paradise), 7/8 de facto, 0.93 (Paradise)

8PSK: 3/4 de facto, 7/8 de facto, 0.93 (Paradise)

16QAM: 3/4 de facto, 7/8 de facto, 0.93 (Paradise)
Viterbi BPSK/(O)QPSK 1/2, 3/4, 7/8
TCM option 8PSK 2/3
Sequential option BPSK/(O)QPSK 1/2, 3/4, 7/8
Reed-Solomon outer codec available with Viterbi and TCM
Ethernet Traffic
Throughput Performance The maximum modem throughput depends on IP traffic format and the features enabled. Bridged IP/ UDP data can be processed up to the modem maximum data rate. Please seek assistance from Paradise Datacom in evaluating your particular requirements.
Routing and Bridging Bridging (standard).

Static routing (standard).

Dynamic routing option: RIP V1, V2; OSPF V2, V3; BGP V4
TCP Acceleration Option Typical throughput level of 90% of link capacity.

Supports 5,000 concurrent accelerated TCP connections (plus at least 35,000 unaccelerated TCP connections) up to the modem maximum data rate.
Header Compression Option Robust Header Compression to RFC 3095. Reduces Ethernet/IP/UDP/ TCP/RTP header sizes typically by 90%. 1-way packet processing limit: 60,000 pps; 2-way limit: 45,000 pps. Includes Ethernet header compression (compresses 14-byte Ethernet frame to typically one byte)
Payload Compression Option Uses Deflate algorithm (RFC 1951) to compress all TCP/IP packets (TCP and UDP), typically resulting in compression of payloads by 50%
Traffic Shaping Option Provides guaranteed throughput levels for IP streams, using Committed Information Rate and Burst Information Rate settings. Stream differentiation is by IP address, IEEE 802.1p priority class, Diffserv DSCP class or MPLS EXP field
Encryption Option Encrypts all IP traffic using AES with 256-bit keys
IPv6 Provided as standard. Dual IPV4/ IPV6 TCP/IP stack allowing use of both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses for bridging and routing of traffic
VLAN Support IEEE 802.1q VLAN support (standard)

IEEE 802.1p Quality of Service (packet prioritisation) using strict priority or fair weighting queuing
DHCP, SNMP DHCP (standard) for automatic allocation of M&C IP address. SNMP (standard) v1, v2c and v3
Web Server Embedded web server M&C interface (standard)
IP Diagnostic Graphs Shows Tx, Rx throughput (bps, pps); dropped, errored packet counts (standard)
IP over DVB Encapsulation Option Supports encapsulation/ decapsulation of MPE, ULE and Paradise PXE
DVB-S2 ACM Option Dynamically varies modcod with varying link conditions, maximising throughput at all times by converting unused link margin into additional throughput
ODU facilities via IF interface
FSK Control Allows monitor & control of a compatible L-band BUC or IF Transceiver from the modem via the Tx IFL cable
Paired Carrier
Paired Carrier Transmit and receive carriers are overlaid on top of each other in the same space segment. Echo cancellation techniques are used in the demodulator to cancel the transmit carrier and extract the wanted receive carrier signal
Paired Carrier data rate options 256kbps, 512kbps, 1024kbps, 2.5Mbps, 5Mbps, 10Mbps, 15Mbps, 20Mbps, 25Mbps, 30Mbps, 40Mbps, 50Mbps, 60Mbps, 80Mbps, 100Mbps and 155Mbps traffic rate

(30kHz to 54MHz occupied bandwidth)
Power asymmetry -10dB to +10dB
Symbol rate asymmetry Up to 12:1
Eb/No degradation Typically < 0.5dB (0.7dB for 16QAM/16APSK with 10dB power asymmetry)
Mobile Operation Uses GPS data to continually recalculate position relative to satellite, allowing uninterrupted operation in mobile environments (ships, etc.) anywhere in satellite footprint
Drop & Insert Option
Bearer Types T1-D4, T1-ESF, E1-G.732
Timeslot Selection Independent selection of arbitrary timeslots for both drop and insert.
Bearer Generation Terrestrial bearer may be looped through modem, or terminated after Drop Mux and a new bearer generated by the insert Mux
Timeslot ID Maintains the identity of individual Drop/Insert timeslots for N=1,2,3,4,5,6,8,10,12,15,16, 20, 24 and 30. (See extended option below)
Extended Drop & Insert Option
Multi- Destinational Working All or only a subset of the received data may be inserted into the terrestrial bearer on the receive path for multi-destinational working
Timeslot ID Maintenance The framed service is extended to maintain the identity of individual timeslots for all values of N from 1 to 31
Signaling CAS and RBS are fully supported
Advanced ESC
ESC/Aux Port Provides high-rate async ESC or Intelsat low-rate async IBS ESC
Electrical Interface IP, RS232, RS422 or RS485
Async ESC Closed Net Plus ESC: Overhead scales to any ESC baud rate from 0.5% to 70% of the main channel rate

IBS Option: High-rate async channel (1/32nd to 2/32nd of the IBS overhead) providing async baud rates from 0.2% to 5.1% of the terrestrial rate
Advanced Aux Intelsat low-rate async ESC carried In bit 1 of TS32 providing a synchronous channel at 1/480th of the data rate, allowing up to one quarter of this rate for over-sampled async data
EZ BERT Option
BER Channel Bit error rate tester operates over main traffic, ESC or Aux channels, allowing BER monitoring while on traffic. Not available in DVB-S2 mode
Test Patterns Various test patterns compatible with common BERtesters
Other test modes Transmit CW (pure carrier)

Transmit alternate 1-0 pattern

Simulated satellite delay for TCP/IP packets
Mechanical/Environmental
Size 1U chassis, 410mm deep excluding front panel handles and rear panel connectors and fans
Weight 3.5kg
Power Supply 100-240VAC, +6%, -10%, 1A @100V, 0.5A @ 240V, 47-63Hz Fused IEC connector (live and neutral fused); 48V DC option
Safety Standards EN60950-1
Emission and Immunity EN55022 Class B (Emissions)

EN55024 (Immunity)
Operating Temperature 0 to 50ºC
Humidity 95% relative humidity, noncondensing
Compliance FCC, CE and RoHS compliant
Alarm Relays 4 Independent Form C relays for unit, Tx, Rx and backward alarms

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