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H-Pico Heights Remote Gateway

H-Pico Heights Remote Gateway

The Heights™ Networking Platform is engineered to elevate your services with unparalleled horsepower, efficiency and intelligence. The Heights platform was designed with the service provider and its multiuser environments in mind, from concept to operation.

Heights combines our most efficient waveforms, header compression, WAN optimization, proven dynamic bandwidth and power management along with bi-directional ACM capability to provide the highest user throughput, highest availability, and most optimal resource utilization available in the industry.

Heights meets the demands of those operating on traditional wide beams while providing distinct advantages for those with High Throughput Satellites (HTS) in their future. Heights is HTS ready, allowing service providers to leverage the significant increases in performance these new designs will offer for inbound links.

Purpose-built to unleash the potential of these tight spot beams, Heights remote gateways provide the strongest processing performance, maximizing user IP bits per Hz while realizing significant gains in user IP bits per Amplifier (BUC) Watt.

The H-Pico Heights Remote Gateway supports multiple remote to hub throughput tiers up to 10 Mbps, which is managed via a centralized licensing capability. This scheme allows users to standardize on a single remote platform for low to medium capacity sites, simplifying stocking and sparing. Additionally, H-Pico supports inbound hub to remote symbol rates up to 500 Msps with standards based DVB-S2X MODCODs supporting up to 256APSK.

Typical Users

  • Mobile Network Operators
  • Oil & Gas
  • Corporate Enterprise
  • Service Provider Multi-User Environments
  • Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
  • Media
  • Government

Common Applications

  • Mobile Backhaul
  • Offshore Communications
  • Latency Sensitive Business Applications
  • IP Trunking & Internet Access
  • Satellite News Gathering
  • Content Distribution Networks