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SatPath SkySwitch® breaks the boundaries of VSAT Network Topology and can support all kinds of VSAT applications under a single network platform. SkySwitch is the only IP packet switching VSAT network with connectivity management and programmable network structure capabilities. SkySwitch also delivers highest channel efficiency and lowest OPEX among VSAT networks in the industry to ensure profiable operation of SkySwitch VSAT Networks.

Technology Highlights
  • MCPC/PSMA packet switching technology with full LAN/WAN IP routing capability delivers highest performance among all VSAT networking products in the industry.

  • DAMA/ABOD/QOS provides dynamic bandwidth allocation in real time and allows entire network sharing a single DAMA bandwidth pool across multiple transponders. Depends on traffic types, SkySwitch can save bandwidth up to 80% compared with fixed SCPC links and up to 40% compared with MF-TDMA.

  • CONNECTIVITY MANAGEMENT is the one and only in the industry to allow VSAT operators to configure and control each remote's connections. The feature simplifies or eliminating remote settings for users with dynamic connectivity requirements, particularly suited for telecom operators, military and government applications.

  • SUB-NETWORKINGmade possible for operators to design and change their own network structure from time to time. Sub-Networking combined with Remote Network Operation (RNO) provides remote operators a clean-cut capability to manage its own network traffic.

  • DYNAMIC/STATIC ROUTING over satellite provides automatic Layer-3 switching for different network WAN connections from simple star topology to complicated multi-layers and hybrid star/full mesh topologies. The network system also supports legacy Layer-2 bridging connections with VLAN to enable LAN like connectivity.

  • HIGH PERFORMANCE MODEMS with newly introduced 5% Roll-Off factor to save every carrier 15% bandwidth, as well as lower phase noise can quickly acquire and lock carriers at rates as low as 8 kbps and support higher modulation including 8PSK and 16QAM. New generation LDPC modems save transponder power where small antennas are required for Internet Access and Communication-On-The-Move (COTM) applications.