Making its IBC debut is the Newtec Dialog 1.2, an updated version of the multiservice platform which the company claimed would guarantee optimal modulation and bandwidth allocation, whether it is being used for broadcast, enterprise, mobility or HTS networks.
Newtec’s engineers have invented Mx-DMA, a new return link technology which the company claimed combines the best features of MF-TDMA and SCPC technologies to enable services to run more efficiently than ever before over satellite, while still providing the option to have the platform also run in either SCPC or MF-TDMA.
Also on show is the Newtec MCX7000 Multi-Carrier Satellite Gateway – a new dense DVB-S2X multi-carrier satellite gateway designed for efficient distribution and contribution broadcast applications.
Offering, Newtec believes, significant OPEX and CAPEX savings, thanks to its multi-carrier processing capabilities, and equipped with multistream and Newtec’s Clean Channel Technology, the MCX7000 is claimed to increase bandwidth efficiency by up to 51%.
It is compatible with Newtec Dialog and features the company’s linear and non-linear pre-distortion technology Equalink 3, which can insert up to 15% more channels in a DTH carrier.
Also at IBC is the MDM6000 R3.1, which incorporates Newtec’s Bandwidth Cancellation (BWC) technology.
This allows the transmission of two carriers in an overlay fashion which Newtec claims provides record-breaking spectral efficiencies and throughputs.