August 7, 2007
Dear SatLabs Subscriber,


The SatLabs members are making steady progress towards the implementation of SatLabs Version 2 certification level. First terminals testing will take place in the next few months.

In the meantime, two new terminals have been awarded the SatLabs Certificate of Compliance for successfully passing the SatLabs Qualification Program - Version 1. This certificate verifies they comply with the DVB-RCS standard and can interoperate with other DVB-RCS based satellite equipment.

Furthermore, as DVB-RCS gains more and more market momentum, we decided to take the opportunity of the IBC (International Broadcasting Convention) in Amsterdam to hold a SatLabs Symposium at ESA/ESTEC on September 11th. This will be a unique opportunity to listen to success stories built upon DVB-RCS and discuss on future developments.

Kind regards,

Your SatLabs Team
info@satlabs.org
 
 
 
 
2nd SatLabs DVB-RCS Symposium
6 August 2007: ESA / ESTEC is to host the second SatLabs DVB-RCS Symposium in Noordwijk, the Netherlands on the 11th September 2007. The purpose of the symposium is to bring together interested DVB-RCS parties to present uses and solutions based on DVB-RCS technology and to help define the future evolution of the technology. The symposium will feature invited speakers only and is free of charge to attend.

http://satlabs.org/content/view/157/
 
 
 
Advantech Satellite Networks Completes Satlabs DVB-RCS Certification for its Newest Product
Montreal, June 27, 2007 - Advantech Satellite Networks, a wholly owned subsidiary of Advantech AMT Inc, announced today that it has obtained SatLabs DVB-RCS Certification of Compliance for its latest family of DVB-RCS products.

http://satlabs.org/content/view/156/51/
 
 
 
Advantech Launches Premium DVB-RCS VSAT MESH Terminal
Montreal, June 5, 2007 - Advantech Satellite Networks, a wholly owned subsidiary of Advantech AMT Inc, in collaboration with Hakusan Corporation and JSAT Corporation, has successfully demonstrated the industry?s first DVB-RCS VSAT terminal operating in a mesh topology where each VSAT terminal relays data via satellite to another terminal.

http://satlabs.org/content/view/155/51/
 
 
 
Amerhis: DVB-RCS meets Mesh Connectivity
http://satlabs.org/pdf/WhitePaper_RCS-AmerHisv3.pdf
 
 
 
 

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