Spotlight on Innovation: Hughes Engineers Deliver JUPITER System Enhancements January 03, 2020 JUPITER System , Community Wi-Fi , Cellular Backhaul , Mobility false Improved performance and efficiency for world’s most widely deployed satellite network platform Through the decades, Hughes has applied a “virtuous cycle” to developing technologies and services. As a continual feedback loop, this cycle fuels ideas for new technologies that help customers meet their business needs, spurring the development of services, which then further drives innovation. In this way, Hughes engineering leadership consistently meets the increasing demands for connectivity. Such is the case with recent enhancements of the JUPITER™ System, the world’s most widely deployed platform for broadband services over both High-Throughput Satellites (HTS) and conventional satellites. Designed to achieve higher performance and efficiency to better meet the exploding demand for connectivity, the enhancements enable network operators to expand their range of broadband offerings and tap into new markets—from Community Wi-Fi, to cellular backhaul, to aero and maritime connectivity. “The latest enhancements to our JUPITER System again raise the bar for satellite broadband network performance and efficiency,” said Dave Rehbehn, vice president, International Division at Hughes. “Continuous technology investment increases opportunities for our network operators, strengthening their position in the marketplace and solidifying our leadership as the partner of choice.” Designed with the advanced DVB-S2X standard, terminals in the JUPITER family now support 300 Mbps of throughput plus acceleration of 16,000 TCP sessions—ideal for applications with many simultaneous users, whether for fixed cellular backhaul and Community Wi-Fi hotspot solutions, or for mobility services on an airplane or ship. Employing an integrated linear Ka-band radio, the JUPITER System supports both 8PSK and 16APSK higher order modulation schemes, delivering more bits per Hertz, which, combined with reduced spacing of the return channel, yields higher bandwidth efficiency and lower service cost for operators. Additional new features include Layer 2 support, enabling operators to integrate satellite and terrestrial offerings seamlessly, plus support for mobility roaming among JUPITER-equipped operators offering aero and maritime services. Categories See All Satellite is Essential (53) Connecting the Unconnected (52) Company News (42) JUPITER System (33) HughesNet (27) HughesON Managed Networks (18) Podcast (17) SD-WAN (17) Community Wi-Fi (15) Emergency Communications (13) Interoperability (11) Mobility (11) Cellular Backhaul (11) Popular Blogs The Divide Podcast: The role of satellite broadband in closing the digital divideJul 22, 2021 Saving Space: How Sustainability Standards Can Protect the Industry and Our PlanetAug 16, 2021 Emergency Preparedness with Tony Bardo on FedScoop RadioAug 20, 2021 Seven Hughes Execs to Speak at Much Anticipated SATELLITE 2021 EventAug 23, 2021 Vessels of all Types Use JUPITER System for Land-like Connectivity at SeaAug 25, 2021 Related Posts See All 5 for 50: Five Industries Impacted by Hughes Technologies and Services September 28, 2021 SATELLITE 2021 Show Takeaways September 27, 2021 Satellite Enabled Voice Services Save Idaho Property and Many Acres from Wildfire September 29, 2021 Deep in the Amazon, HughesNet Provides Connectivity September 15, 2021 Vessels of all Types Use JUPITER System for Land-like Connectivity at Sea August 25, 2021 ENJOY THIS POST? Provide your email below to receive a monthly round-up of what’s happening in the world of connectivity! First Name Last Name Email Company Campaign ID CAPTCHA This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.