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Global Developments in Broadband Satellite:

The New World of Ka-Band

Hughes Annual Technology Seminar


Moscow, Russia
May 12, 2011

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Agenda

v  Hughes In Russia

v  Corporate & Market Update

v  Innovations For The Enterprise Market

v  Ka-Band Technology & Developments Globally

v  Terrestrial Microwave Solutions

v  Operator Roundtable

v  Wrap-up

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Hughes in Russia & CIS Region

Konstantin Lanin

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Hughes в России/СНГ
▪  12 стран в Регионе Услуги
▪  Региональный офис в Москве: v  Космический сегмент, используемый в
продажи, маркетинг и техническая
поддержка Регионе: Экспресс, Ямал, Евтелсат и
▪  Ключевые потребители из Интелсат
Правительственных, v  Сертификация на Региональной основе
энергетических и банковских
секторов в Регионе v  Решения «под-ключ», предпродажное и
▪  Более 36000 VSATs после продажное обслуживание,
▪  24 Региональных Оператора включая поддержку по маркетингу и
▪  26 HN NOCs + 7 HX NOCs в регионе техническому обслуживанию

Россия/СНГ

St. Petersburg

BELARUS

MOSCOW

MOLDOVA UKRAINE
RUSSIA
Yekaterinburg
Tomsk
Kiev
Krasnoyarsk
Khabarovsk

Barnaul

GEORGIA

ARMENIA
KAZAKHSTAN
AZERBAIJAN

Baku

TURKMENISTAN
UZBEKISTAN Almaty

KYRGYZSTAN
COVERAGE
TAJIKISTAN

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Hughes Remains The Global
Leader...
Russia/CIS VSAT
Global Market Share(1) Market Share(2)

0.5%
Others 2.2%
1.5% 0.1%
iDirect 10%
5.9% 5.5%

9.2% Hughes
ViaSat Gilat
8.7% ViaSat
Hughes 51.5% iDirect

50.2% 29.5% AdvantechSatNet


Gilat STM  Networks
25.2% NDSatCom
Shiron

2.5M Hughes VSATs Shipped 36K Hughes VSATs Shipped

11th consecutive year of greater than 50% market share


(1)  Based on cumulative terminals shipped according to COMSYS, 2009 Report .
(2)  Based on data from ComNews, 2010 and Hughes shipments

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2010 Key Wins

v  2010 Highlights

–  Shipped >7000 VSATs (>60% Growth In 3 yrs)


–  And 6 HN NOCs

–  NEW KEY WINS:

–  RSCC: First 2 HN Ka-Band NOCs and HN9400


terminals with LDPC coding in Russia

–  RTComm: HN NOCs upgrades + 1000 VSATs

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HUGHES SERVICE PROVIDERS IN RUSSIA & CIS Countries
Service Provider Country Equipment Place and time of NOC VSATs Shipped
installation <1k 1-5k >5k
Crosna / Кросна Russia / HN NOC / HN6000 Moscow, April 2003 + new
Россия HN NOC in 2010
TGU / Томский Russia / HN6000 / 7000 Tomsk, December 2004
Гос. Россия
Университет
Вузтелекомц Russia / НХ + HN7XXX St. Petersburg, February’ 04
ентр Россия
Сеть Телеком Russia / НХ + HN 6000 /7000/ Moscow, November 2004
Россия 7700 / 7740 X
IP Net Russia / НХ + HN7000/ Moscow, June 2005
Россия HN7700 X
RTComm / Russia / HN7000/ HN7700 Moscow, June 2005 & 2010
ГлобалТел Россия X
Амтел Связь Russia / HN7000 Barnaul, December, 2006
Россия
KB ISKRA / Russia / HN7000 Krasnoyarsk, 2006
Россия X
Sat-Tel Russia / HN7000 Moscow, 2006 – was
Россия acquired by Settelecom in’09
Uralsvyazinform Russia / HN7740 Yekaterinburg, 2007
Россия X
Roilcom / Ройлком Russia / HN7000 Moscow, 2008
Россия
Synterra / Russia / HN7000/ HN7700 Moscow, June 2008
Синтерра Россия X
CTV-Region / Russia / НХ 100 Khanty - Mansiysk, 2009
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Rostelecom / Russia / НХ + НХ200 / 260 Khabarovsk, 2010
3-year outlook

1.  Ka-band Project in Russia 2012 – 2013 and beyond….

2.  Lybid Satellite for Ukraine with Ka band transponders in 2013

3.  Kazakstan – KazSat - 2 & KazSat-3 satellites launch in 2011 & 2013

4.  Azerbaijan plans to launch its own satellite 2012-2013

5.  Mobile applications – trains, river and ocean vessels, airplanes

6.  GSM backhauls (MTS, Megafon, Vympelcom/Beeline)

7.  e-Government projects in Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan

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Hughes Corporate & Market Update

Arunas Slekys

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Our Heritage of Innovation

World’s first World’s first nationally First Hughes Invention of first Hughes launches
First mesh VSAT
HUGHESgeosynchronous satelliteWorld’s first commercial owned satellite operated satellite VSAT DTH satellite TV
communications satellite service
AIRCRAFT Early Bird
(Canada)
SYNCOM Digital
Anik A Galaxy 1 DCC/MACOM Gemini TES DIRECTV®
COMPANY Communications
acquired by Hughes
Corporation (DCC) is born
Electronics, becomes
in a garage in
Hughes Network
Rockville, MD
Systems

1932 1963 1965 1971 1983 1984


1990 1994
Hughes launches Hughes produces first Hughes operates
Hughes begins Hughes develops
first two-way satellite Inmarsat worlds first Ka-band
production of DirecTV ground-based beam
broadband service R-BGAN terminal satellite router HughesNet® is world’s largest
set-top boxes forming system for
satellite broadband service
DirecWAY® R-BGAN TerreStar SPACEWAY® 3
HUGHES STB Over
GBBF
500,000
Subscribers
GBBF   S-BSS

Hughes becomes one Hughes produces Hughes develops


Hughes introduces GlobalStar next Hughes introduces world’s
Hughes launches first Hughes produces of world’s largest STB world’s first
first “double play” generation core first high throughput dual
satellite broadband worlds first manufacturers DVB-S2/ACM ASIC
DTH and satellite Ku/Ka band satellite
service combined satellite/ architecture
Internet service router
GSM mobile system
11 Million Sold DVB-S2/ACM GlobalStar HN9400
DirecPC® DirecDUO® THURAYA™

1995 1999 2000 2003 2006 2008 2009


2010

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Demand For Broadband Is Surging

By 2010 there were 479 million fixed broadband subscriptions globally


(Household penetration rate of 22.6%) – up from 216 million in 2005.
And mobile broadband is growing even faster.

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Broadband Satellite Market
Sites and Subs by Region, 2010–2020: 15.4% CAGR

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Broadband Satellite Market
Service and CPE Revenues by Region, 2010–2020

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Hughes Remains The Global
Leader...
Russia/CIS VSAT
Global Market Share(1) Market Share(2)

0.5%
Others 2.2%
1.5% 0.1%
iDirect 10%
5.9% 5.5%

9.2% Hughes
ViaSat Gilat
8.7% ViaSat
Hughes 51.5% iDirect

50.2% 29.5% AdvantechSatNet


Gilat STM  Networks
25.2% NDSatCom
Shiron

2.5M Hughes VSATs Shipped 36K Hughes VSATs Shipped

11th consecutive year of greater than 50% market share


(1)  Based on cumulative terminals shipped according to COMSYS, 2009 Report .
(2)  Based on data from ComNews, 2010 and Hughes shipments

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Hughes Global Satellite
Services: >1 Million Sites
NORTH AMERICA GAL 28 AMC 3 AMC 9 HISP1C/1D EUROPE
GAL 17 HOR 2
GAL 25 W3A
AMC 6 Ka-band W2A
GAL 3C SPACEWAY 3
GAL 19 EURO 3
GAL 16
TURK 2A
AMC 4
INTEL 1R
SATMEX 6 Ku-band
SATMEX 5
Ka-band
GAL 18 HYL 1

HOR 1
Ka-band
Ku-band HYL 2

JUPITER
Ka-band
HTS
EXT. C-band
NSS-12
Ku-band
GAL 28 INSAT 3A
Ka-band Ka-band
INTEL 9 HTS Yahsat INSAT 3A
INTEL 901 NSS-11
Potential Hughes Subscribers
Ka-band
SOUTH AMERICA SPACEWAY® 3 ∼ 650,000
HTS INDIA
Hylas 1 & 2 ∼ 1 Million
Jupiter™ ∼ 1.5 – 2 Million
Latin America/Asia/Other

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More than 2.5 Million Terminals Shipped
Worldwide to Customers in Over 100 Countries:
>50% Market Share (COMSYS Report)

Europe
150,000 terminals Russia/CIS
36,000 terminals
North America
1.96M terminals China
16,000 terminals

AME Asia/Pacific
70,000 terminals 92,000 terminals
South America India
130,000 terminals 86,000 terminals

*Services in Russia/CIS, Asia/Pacific and some AME are provided


HUGHES Owned and by customers using HUGHES platform.
Operated Service Business
16 H45942 5/12/2011 * Regional Sales/Support Offices in Dubai, New Delhi, Mexico City, Moscow
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Leadership in Key Markets

■  Consumer/SMB ■  Enterprise

■  Government ■  Mobile Satellite

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Global Blue-Chip Enterprise Base
Hughes is the leading provider to these end markets

Oil and Gas Lodging Financial Retail

State Bank of India

Integrators and Service


Restaurants Entertainment and Sports Cellular Backhaul Government
Providers

§  Texas Department


of Public Safety
§  NIC India

§  MOFA, Saudi Arabia

§  Social Security Admin.

§  GETN
§  Ethiopia Telecom

Hutchison Max

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Evolution of Satellite Broadband

1-5 Mbps

Significant increase
in throughput and
performance
9.6 kbps

1990 2000 2010

$$$$

Significant decrease
in cost of service
and hardware
$

1990 2000 2010


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HughesNet Offerings: #1 Satellite
Internet Service in North America

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World’s Largest High-Speed
Satellite Internet Service

Highlights Consumer Deployment in USA

v  Subscribers
–  More than 578,000
consumer/SME
subscribers (Q42010)
–  Over 26,000 ZIP codes
in contiguous USA
(ex-Urban)
▪  Plus Puerto Rico and
Canada
v  Profitable business that
is growing strongly

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Broadband Home Of The Future

v  Industry standard


VoIP service

v  14 Mbps download of


Web traffic

v  IPTV download from


Netflix (~3 Mbps)

v  HD Videoconferencing
@ ~2 Mbps

Experience the “Next Generation” Satellite Home

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Helping Governments Close the
Digital Divide
UNITED STATES RUSSIA
HUGHES WINS $58.7M AWARD ■  E-Russia Initiative with
UNDER BROADBAND STIMULUS Synterra & RTComm
8K rural ISPs and
■  Only nationwide award, schools on HN System
3x nearest competitor
■  To accelerate growth in unserved markets
■  558K HughesNet Residential/SMB Subs (Q310)
■  Highest Speed Plans: 1–5 Mbps

INDIA AUSTRALIA
■  11K HughesNet Kiosks: ■  ORION Satellite
Distance-Learning, Systems
eGovernance, high-speed ■  Up to 200K subs
Internet in rural areas on
MEXICO ■  Franchise increases profits via HN System with DVB-S2/ACM
■  Rural telephony: pay-as-you-go services
30K lines HN system
■  Rural broadband:
2K HN terminals
BRAZIL
■  State of Amazonas
(1.5M sq km): Hughes
and PRODAM
■  High-speed Internet and
eGovernance at
agencies/schools

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Satellite Broadband Reaches Everywhere:
Schools in Africa, Amazonas, Brazil , Russia

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India FUSION Kiosks for Distance Learning;
Schools, Rural ISPs in Russia

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Mobility Solutions
■  Broadband On-the-
Go

■  Aeronautical
–  Row 44
–  Southwest Airlines
■  Maritime v Trains
–  Global marine communications –  Commuter train
service
–  Intelsat maritime service
in USA

■  Technology provider to the leaders


LightSquared Inmarsat THURAYA TerreStar Globalstar ICO Iridium

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Mobile Satellite: SCT Mexico
GEO MEXSAT #2 GEO MEXSAT #1
C/Ku
FSS MEXSAT #3

Spare

Full Mexico/
Gulf
Hughes will deliver Coverage for
VSATs
•  2 Gateways
Gateway Mobile
•  Reference User Terminals Downlink Voice and
•  End-to-End Ground Data
Mobile
System Integration Voice and
Data
Mexican Army Mexican Air Force

Gateway
Downlink Airborne Early
Warning Systems

Hermosillo Ground
Station/Gateway
Mexico City (or
Tulancingo) Ground
Station/Gateway
Navy

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Hughes China

■  Beijing Company established and


operational
■  Beijing NOC operational
■  Services offered
■  Managed VPN
■  SME Broadband
■  High Availability Networking

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Hughes and EchoStar

Focus On Video Focused On Data

Joint Focus On Multi-Mode Satellite


Services & Enabling Technologies
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Hughes Financial Overview

Segmented Service Revenue


Revenue
CAGR 5% CAGR
$1,060 $1,010 $1,043 15.8%
$971
$155 $100 $791  
$859 $115
$140 $611   $713  
$91 $206 $538  
$237 $204 $440  
$215
$193
$260
$271
$292
$285 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
$282

$420 $477
$331 $376
$293
70% Revenues From Services

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Telecom  Systems/Other Intl.  Broadband

Enterprise Consumer

All figures in $ millions

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Conclusions About Hughes

v  World’s #1 provider of broadband satellite services and


technology:
–  >1M sites/25 satellites (Ku-, Ka-bands)
–  >2.5M shipments/100 countries
v  Thriving HughesNet® consumer business in North America
–  >580k subs (end 2010)
–  >400k on Ka-band SPACEWAY® 3
–  Jupiter™ high throughput, 100Gbps+,Ka-band satellite in 2012
v  Leading enterprise managed services provider with major blue-
chips across all verticals
v  Technology provider to world’s premier MobileSat operators
v  Leader in Ka-Band Systems and Services:
–  HughesNet is World’s Largest Ka-Band Service (>400k Subs)
–  Hughes Ka-Technology Chosen by Avanti (Europe); Yahsat (MEA)

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Innovations For Enterprise Networking

Dave Rehbehn

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Today’s Network Is Evolving…

Impacted by the Business


Increasingly Consumerization of applications stress
Centralized IT the network

Increased
Users expect LAN virtualization of
Video is growing in capabilities over WAN
importance mission critical
distances applications

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Increasingly Complex Branch Environment
Example – Retail
Music & Cloud-Based Telephony Video
Messaging Applications Services Surveillance

Intra-Branch
Segmentation

WAN
Digital Interactive Mobile Associate Inventory Mgmt,
Signage Kiosk Shopper Training Line Busting

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This Evolution…

Requires Tailored Solutions


One size does not fit all

Peak performance of
business applications

Convergence of data, voice & video

24/7 monitoring and management

High Availability Networking

Multiple transports that


perform seamlessly

Easy to deploy, affordable upgrade path

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Networks Done Just Right

v  Hughes applies its Hughes’ suite of


innovative managed solutions
technology and helps you meet your
service strategic objectives
management to with its Converged
your specific Broadband
business Architecture (CBA)
requirements

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Converged Broadband
Architecture…

• Converged applications: data, voice and video


• Multi-transport broadband network
(DSL/Cable/3G/Satellite)

CBA
CBA
• Tailored architecture for your specific security
needs and vertical industry applications
with Hughes
with ActiveQoS • With Hughes ActiveQoS to deliver the highest
ActiveQoSTM
WAN performance possible over broadband
• Backed by enterprise-grade SLAs
• Managed end-to-end by Hughes

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Hughes Branch Server:
Integrating Digital Media and IT Services
Supports
• Digital Media applications
Video • Hughes applications
Surveillance
• Customer applications
Store • WAN Optimization
Server

Training

Hughes Branch Server


Manager’s (with ActiveQoS™)
PC

Benefits
Digital • Reduces capital costs
Signage
• Lowers power consumption
• Improves App performance
• Manageable platform

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Ka-Band Developments & Technology Roadmap

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Why Ka-Band?

Service Business Drivers


•  Increasing subscribers
•  Increasing performance

Ka-Band is an enabler to achieve


•  More satellite capacity
•  Capacity optimized for broadband
•  Lower cost per bit

Ka-band benefits:
•  More Orbital slots available
•  High power, assignable beams Ka-band issues:
•  High Capacity: over 100Gbps •  Small Beams
•  Rain Fade

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Ka-Band Orbital Positions Available

ITU requires minimum 2 degree spacing in orbital arc

There are virtually no available Ku-band “slots”

But Ka-band orbital slots are available

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Extensive Frequency Reuse

Hughes SPACEWAY® 3
Beam Pattern

Conventional satellites
use large beams

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The Cost Impact

Satellite Capacity Cost Per Satellite Cost Per Mbps

100 Gbps
Jupiter

10 Gbps
Today’s spaceway
FIXED !
100 to 1
Reduction

1 Gbps
Today’s conventional sat

100 to 1 reduction in cost per Mbps

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Cost Satellite x Terrestrial

Cost
Per House Terrestrial, Wireless
Served

ku-band, Traditional Satellites

HTS in ka-band

Pop Density

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Ka-Band System Design Issues

v  The coverage & capacity per beam is


fixed for the life of the satellite (if non
steerable)

v  Trade-offs between the high demand


coverage area vs low-demand areas

v  Coverage area and spectrum availability


across the coverage area

v  Beam sizes, beam shapes, number of


beams

v  Interference

v  Gateway performance and locations

?
with respect to user beams and with
respect to fiber access

v  Service plans and associated spectrum


asymmetry between forward and return
links
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SPACEWAY® 3
The World’s First Switch-in-the-Sky

v  10 Gbps gross throughput

v  Multiple spot beams with


flexible capacity allocation and
on-board routing
v  Single hop, full-mesh,
small-dish connectivity
v  Enterprise, consumer, SMB, and
government applications
v  Ka-band technology

v  April 2008: commercial service;


~400K subs (Q4-2010)

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Hughes Next-Generation Satellite

Jupiter™
New High Throughput v  100+ Gbps capacity
Satellite
–  ~100 times the capacity of a typical
Ku-band satellite
–  ~ 1.5-2Million Subscribers
v  In service 2012
–  Space Systems Loral Platform

v  New spacecraft technology v  Optimized for broadband access


v  New system technology
v  High-speed forward and v  Multiple Ka-band spot beams
return channels
v  Key QoS and acceleration
features v  Advanced high order modulation rates
v  Enhanced user experience
v  More speed:
–  5–25 Mbps downloads
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Jupiter and SPACEWAY 3
Next Generation High-throughput, Ka-band
Services

Jupiter (Launching 2012) Jupiter Capital Efficiency


$mm/G b p s

§  Over 100 Gbps capacity 300


$ 250
–  80 Gbps down, 20+ Gbps up 225

–  Enhanced service up to 25 Mbps down 150


$ 100
§  60 spot beams
75 $ 40
–  Concentrated in areas of maximum $7
$4 $4
density 0
J up iter V S A T -­‐1 K aS at S W  3 W B  1 K u  F S S

SPACEWAY 3 (in service)


§  10 Gbps capacity
–  Steerable beams with
reconfigurable capacity
§  Jupiter and SPACEWAY 3 will
optimize coverage of US territory

8 Jupiter + SPACEWAY 3
Edmonton
7.5 Regina
user_02
user_01
North_Cutbank

7 user_03 Bilings user_04 user_05 user_06


user_08 user_09
user_07
user_16
Rapid_City user_18
Boise
user_10 user_11 user_12 user_13 user_14 user_15 user_17

+
6.5 North_Platte
Salt_Lake_City
user_19 Englewood user_20 user_21 user_22 user_23 user_24 user_25 user_26
elevation°

Grand_Junction

6 user_27
user_28 user_29 user_30 user_31 user_32 user_33 user_34

user_35
Flagstaff Albuquerque Amarillo
user_36 user_37 user_38 user_39 user_40 user_41 user_42
user_43
5.5
user_51
Tucson El_Paso Midland user_44 user_45 user_46 user_47 user_48 user_49 user_50

5 user_52 user_53 user_54 user_55 user_56 user_57


Del_Rio

user_58 user_59
4.5
user_60
SPACEWAY
4
Jupiter + SPACEWAY
-2.5 -2 -1.5 -1 -0.5 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 5
azimuth°

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Hughes to Supply Avanti Ka-Band

v  Hylas-1 and Hylas-2


v  Hughes to supply
Ka-band ground
systems
v  8 Gateway stations

One of the first installations of the new Avanti


Hylas Ka band satellite systems in Spain

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Yahsat 1B Award

v  Initial contract value $27M


–  Ka-band ground system
–  4 Gateway stations
–  Network Control Center
–  Complete OSS/BSS Solution

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Ka-Band Will Drive Growth of
Satellite Broadband

ACTIVE
Anik
AMC 16 Wildblue SPACEWAY 3 F2 SES Astra 1L Superbird 2

Hylas 1

FUTURE

Hughes Jupiter Viasat 1 Hylas 2 KaSat YahSat RSCC NBN

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O3b Inmarsat I5 HUGHES PROPRIETARY
Ka-Band Technology Trends

2010 2012-2013 2015+

Mass (Kgms) 5000-6000 6000-6500 8000+

Satellite Power (K watts) 10-15 15-18 20-25

Capacity 10 Gbps 100 Gbps 150+? Gbps

Gateways Capacity 1 Gbps 6-7 Gbps 10+ Gbps

Modem (Mbps) 100 Mbps 200-400 Mbps 400-700 Mbps

VSATs Spectral 8PSK 16APSK 32APSK


Efficiency (2 bits/HZ) (4 bits/HZ) (5 bits/HZ)

Baseband VLSI 10M gates 20M Gates 40M Gates


Technology
Source: Hughes
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Hughes Technology Development

Core Technologies Products Solutions

Hughes
BACK OFFICE Marketing
SYSTEMS
APPLICATIONS

WEB
ACCELERATION
EMBEDDED
SOFTWARE
SECURITY SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS
PRODUCTS SOLUTIONS AND
WIRELESS 3G/ SERVICES
4G
ELECTRICAL
MECHANICAL 2011+
VLSI
STANDARDS
RF and
MICROWAVE
Customer
Requirements
MODULATION PATENTS
AND
CODING

SYSTEM
ENGINEERING

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R&D Paradigm And Focus Areas

Focus Areas
Resource management
Our Development Paradigm SYSTEMS (power and bandwidth)
Gateway density

Continuous Platform Development


Performance improvement
TERMINALS

Reliability enhancements
Operating Efficiency Improvement
Cost efficiencies


Feature and Functionality
APPLICATIONS IP Acceleration
Improvement


IP Security
Advanced IP Routing
Performance Improvement

Subscriber Management
OPERATIONS Managed Services
Network Management

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Technology Roadmap

Gateway Technology
Developments
Waveform Technology For Ka-Band
Benefit C-Band
Remote Platform and Ku-Band
Systems As
Web Acceleration Well

Just A Few Examples …

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Gateway Technology

Development Objectives
•  Multi beam
•  High density architecture
•  Adaptive to spectral requirements of satellite
Current Generation
•  Server based •  Optimized for 5+ Gbps
•  Discrete components per Forward/Return •  Leverage virtualization techniques
•  Autonomous “lights out” operation

Technologies
•  Blade architecture
•  Virtualization
•  High speed CMOS
•  Continuous software development

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Waveform Technology
Hughes first to market with DVB-S2
Hughes focused on continuous optimization of waveform for maximum spectral efficiencies

Development Objectives
•  Maximize spectral efficiency of forward channel
•  Enhancements to return channel access scheme
•  Multi-band, multi-frequency

Hughes ASIC Supporting DVB-S2/ACM


v  DVB-S2 Demodulator
–  CCM Mode
–  ACM Mode
–  Carrier frequency and phase acquisition and tracking
–  Symbol timing acquisition and tracking
–  Adaptive channel equalization
v  LDPC decoder
v  DiSEQ 2.0 compliant
v  90 nm CMOS
v  5 million gates

IPoS Return Channel


•  Burst by burst adaptive coding
•  LDPC coding
•  Variable burst length
•  Dynamic streaming

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Remote Platform Roadmap

Objectives:
Continuous Development Outdoor Unit - Power reduction
- Size reduction
- Increase reliability
Technologies
GaAs
- Efficient for SSPA

Silicon germanium
- High frequency
- Low power

Objectives:
Indoor Unit - Higher throughput
- Increased caching

Technologies
High speed CMOS
- Very large scale integration

Deep sub micro VLSI

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Web Acceleration
Continuum Of Development Web 1.0/2.0

Hughes continues enhancements to TurboPage:


•  Grammar based compression schemes
•  Integration of 3rd party application acceleration
•  Enhanced caching and content prefetch

1.0 1.5 2.0


(public (advertising Rich Internet
informational driven sites) Apps
sites)
HTML, CSS, Cookies-Javascript Cookies-Javascript Cookies-Javascript
JPEG/GIF, Driven Ads, Login & Content Driven Interactive
Site-Search
Limited Dynamic Content, Flash Contribution Interface, Flash User
Javascript, Ads Interface
Static Content

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HN9200
Dual Band Satellite Router
Key Features
v  Dual band Ka/Ku-band
v  High throughput
–  Up to 45 Mbps multicast
–  Up to 10 Mbps UDP
–  Up to 8 Mbps TCP
v  Turbocode return channel
–  Up to 3 Mbps return channel
▪  2 Msps
v  One LAN Ports
–  10/100BaseT
–  Separate LAN subnets supported on each
LAN

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HN9400
High Throughput Satellite Router
Key Features
v  Dual band Ka/Ku-band
v  High throughput
–  Up to 60 Mbps multicast
–  Up to 45 Mbps UDP
–  Up to 15 Mbps TCP
v  Adaptive LDPC Coding return channel
–  Improved carrier spacing to 1.25 X symbol
rate
–  Can alternatively increase Data Rate with
current carrier spacing
–  Up to 3 Mbps return channel
v  Two LAN Ports
–  10/100BaseT First VSAT to
–  Separate LAN subnets supported on each
LAN Support Adaptive
v  New smaller footprint chassis
LDPC TDMA
Coding

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Looking Forward

Higher Capacity
Systems
§  Air Interface,
Modulation and Coding
Technology

More Powerful Satellites


Services, Solutions
And Hosted Payloads w/
and Application
International Footprints
Aware Transport
§  Ka-band, Spot Beam Technology

Advanced Technologies

Higher Performance
Satellite Routers IP Over Satellite
§  Sub Micron VLSI, and Optimization
Microwave Additional
Semiconductor
Technology
Inventions -
Combination of
Licenses, Patents
Awarded and
Patents Filed
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