AsiaSat Technical Resource Centre
AsiaSat Technical Resource Centre
AsiaSat 5G Interference Rejection Bandpass Filter White Paper
AsiaSat introduces its BPFs to protect C-band traffic against out of band interference due to 5G deployment. This white paper outlines the unique benefits of this new product and how it was extensively tested....
The Path to "Empowering" Orbital Slots
By utilising the valuable and scarce orbital slot resources efficiently and leveraging powerful ground technologies, AsiaSat has been able to offer high-value and reliable communications services. Read this article about how AsiaSat has continued to innovate to achieve this mission.
Patent: Methods and Systems for Improving Spectrum Utilisation for Satellite Communications
This is the 2nd patent AsiaSat received from the US Patent and Trademark Office. It is about the methods and systems to mitigate the imbalance of uplink and downlink spectrum allocation in satellite communications that can prove to be of huge benefits...
The Importance of Retaining C-band for Satellite Service in the Asia-Pacific Region
This document discusses the essential role of FSS in the socio-economic development of many countries to provide vital services and the techniques to improve the potential for sharing between the IMT and FSS....
Gateway Network Rollout Methods for a Future VHTS System
This paper presents some concepts on the VTHS gateway rollout scheme. The practical implementation of these concepts may be tied to specific satellite payload design and space-ground segments control management system features...
Future HTS Satellite Output Section Design
This paper describes and compares the feasible output section technologies and implementation configurations that can practically improve the future HTS’s throughput and flexibility...
Adjacent Satellite Interference (ASI) - Effects and Causes on Ku-band DTH Network
This white paper reviews the relationship between adjacent satellite interference and dish size, space separation and throughput, and how to mitigate interference...
Patent: Methods and Systems for Providing High-Speed Connectivity to Aircraft
This is AsiaSat's first patent obtained from the US Patent and Trademark Office. It is about the methods and systems that enable effective aviation communication via satellite over a broad area at high altitude....
Challenges of launching a real full-time UHD channel on a satellite
This paper examines some of the challenges that broadcasters and content providers would face in launching a full-time UHD channel via satellite, and some recommendations and solutions from the industry...
Satellite Interference Geolocation Considerations
To utilise assigned spectrum resources effectively, geolocation is a practical and proactive method to locate the source of interference and help tackle interference issues. This paper talks about how geolocation is applicable in interference mitigation methods...
UHD Transmission with DVB-S2X via Satellite
This article discusses about UHD transmission via satellite utilising the advanced DVB-S2X technology, which will become the benchmark of the new generation DTH service....
This document discusses about the network architecture and connectivity of a HTS system and the satellite technologies required for HTS applications........
The Evolution and Impact of Ultra HD
This paper is about the development of UHD broadcasting and its impact on the broadcasting industry, and how the advent of HEVC technology has facilitated satellite-delivered UHD video delivery in Asia and around the world....
Application of a Dual Satellite Geolocation System on Locating Sweeping Interference
This paper describes an application of a dual satellite geolocation system on identifying and locating the unknown source of uplink sweeping interference....
Measured Downlink Adjacent Satellite Interference of C-band Satellites with 2° Orbital Separation
This paper presents a study of adjacent satellite interference (ASI) of two C-band commercial satellites, which are linear polarised, with 2 degrees orbital separation in geostationary orbit....