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HX200 Router

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HX200 Router

The HX200 is a high-performance satellite router designed to provide carrier-grade IP services using dynamically assigned high- bandwidth satellite IP connectivity. The HX200 satellite router provides flexible Quality of Service (QoS) features that can be tailored to the network applications at each individual remote router, such as Adaptive Constant Bit Rate (CBR) bandwidth assignment to deliver high-quality, low jitter bandwidth for real-time traffic such as Voice over IP (VoIP) or videoconferencing. With integrated IP features including RIPv1, RIPv2, BGP, DHCP, NAT/PAT, and DNS Server/Relay functionality, together with a high-performance satellite modem, the HX200 is a full-featured IP Router with an integrated high-performance satellite router. The HX200 enables high- performance IP connectivity for a variety of applications including cellular backhaul, MPLS extension services, virtual leased line, mobile services and other high-bandwidth solutions.

Target Markets

  • Comms on the Move (COTM)
  • Satellite on the Move (SOTM)
  • Maritime
  • Aeronautical
  • Land Mobile
  • Voice/data broadband IP connections
  • Cellular backhaul, SCPC/MCPC replacement links
  • MPLS extension services
  • Embassy and government networks
  • Air traffic control
  • Private, leased-line services

The HX System provides true IP broadband connectivity via satellite. The HX System is based on a “star” network topology where the outbound channel is DVB-S2 with Adaptive Coding and Modulation (ACM). The return channel of the HX System is FDMA/ TDMA using the IPoS standard for broadband over satellite. With a DVB-S/DVB-S2 outbound carrier and transmit rates up to 9.6 Mbps, the HX200 provides the high throughput needed for high QoS networking and meets the demands of specialized applications.

Efficiency and flexibility in utilizing satellite bandwidth are at the core of the HX200 design. Each link can be configured to provide a QoS tailored to the requirements of the remote site. This includes adaptive Committed Information Rate (CIR) and Constant Bit Rate (CBR) services that provide guaranteed bandwidth though optimizing use of the bandwidth during periods of idle or light traffic. Remote sites with less stringent bandwidth requirements or service level agreements can be configured for best effort service, thereby allowing service providers to develop a service tailored to their customers’ specific requirements. In addition, the HX System bandwidth allocation scheme uses Aloha channels for initial bandwidth assignment which results in very efficient use of space segment. This frees up unused bandwidth and allows an operator to make more efficient use of space segment resources.

Features

  • Quality of Service features include:
    • Constant Bit Rate (CBR) services
    • Adaptive CBR. Minimum and maximum rates are configurable, as is step size.
    • Committed Information Rate (CIR) with minimum, guaranteed, and maximum rates
    • Best effort with weighted fair queuing
    • Class-based weighted prioritization
    • Multicast data delivery
    • Four levels of IP traffic prioritization
  • Bandwidth management
    • Supports both preassigned (static) traffic assignment and dynamic traffic assignment
    • Idle remotes can be configured to release all network resources
  • Acts as a local router providing:
    • Static and dynamic addressing
    • DHCP server or relay
    • DNS caching
    • RIPV1, RIPV2, BGP routing support
    • Multicasts to and from the LAN by using IGMP QQ NAT/PAT
    • VRRP
    • VLAN tagging
    • Firewall capability with integrated access control lists
  • Supports unicast and multicast IP traffic
  • Software and configuration updates via download from the HX Gateway
  • Implements dynamic, self-tuning Performance Enhancement Proxy (PEP) software to accelerate the throughput performance by optimizing the TCP transmission over the satellite, delivering superior user experience and link efficiency
  • Bidirectional data compression
  • IPSec encryption (optional)
  • Configuration, status monitoring, and commissioning via the HX ExpertNMSTM
  • Embedded Web interface for local status and troubleshooting QQ User-friendly LED display indicating terminal operational status
  • Closed loop control between hub and remote
  • Dynamic outbound coding and modulation changes based on received signal
  • Dynamic inbound coding changes based on received signal
  • Dynamic remote uplink power control
  • IPV6 ready
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