JUPITER™ System for Satellite Backhaul for 3G, 4G, and LTE Mobile Connectivity

The growing global demand for 3G, 4G, and LTE mobile connectivity presents a significant challenge in many ex-urban and semi-rural areas. These markets are often located in difficult-to-serve, remote areas where terrestrial fiber or microwave services are not readily available to support the backhaul links for base station locations. To bring service to these areas, mobile operators require a low-cost and effective means for interconnecting cellular base stations, regardless of distance, infrastructure, or terrain. Satellite technology, which can be rapidly and cost-effectively deployed to nearly any area around the globe, is an ideal solution for meeting this challenge. Modern day 3G/4G/LTE mobile networks support a combination of voice and data traffic and require a high-performance, cost-effective, next-generation cellular backhaul solution that can be quickly and easily deployed to any location. Hughes JUPITER System is ideally suited to serve such networks. With industry leading latency (~600 ms) and jitter (~10 ms) performance, the JUPITER System offers the best user experience compared to other VSAT systems. Furthermore, through the use of Time Division Multiplexing (TDM)/Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA), the JUPITER System is highly economical on satellite bandwidth utilization, particularly when traffic is dynamically shared and assigned on an as-needed basis among multiple sites.


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