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September 25, 2008

Hughes introduces Wideband CDS for broadband satellite systems

Hughes Network Systems has introduced its Wideband Configurable Demodulator Subsystem for its broadband satellite systems, featuring the capability to simultaneously demodulate multiple time division multiple access channels on a 36MHz satellite transponder.

By CBR Staff Writer

According to the company, housed in one rack unit enclosure, the initial implementation of the Wideband Configurable Demodulator Subsystem (CDS) will support the simultaneous demodulation of up to nine channels, providing operational flexibility, and reduced power requirements for the hub equipment of Hughes advanced HX and HN systems.

David Jupin, vice president at Hughes, said: The development of the wideband CDS is another example that demonstrates Hughes leadership in technology and product development. We are committed to continually push the envelope to bring our customers the most innovative systems that improve their competitive advantage in delivering broadband satellite services to the marketplace.

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