NovelSat Company Profile
Brief overview of NovelSat and the company’s technology and products.
Overview of NovelSat products and technologies that solve problems facing the satellite broadcasting industry.
NovelSat products and technolgies that solve problems for satellite-based Internet Services, Cellular Backhaul and Data Network providers.
Dynamic Capacity Allocation in Point-to-Multipoint Architecture.
Description of TCP acceleration, optimization and compression technologies built into NovelSat products.
Innovative technology package from NovelSat that enables satellite users to deliver continuously reliable satellite services even while various types of Radio Frequency Interference are present.
NovelSat NS3000 Professional High-Data Rate Modem
Overview of the most bandwidth-efficient satellite modem available.
NovelSat NS300X IP Satellite Modem
Overview of the low-bandwidth, data-only member of the NovelSat modem family.
NovelSat NS300 Professional Satellite Modem
The natural choice for data transfer rates of up to 30Mbps.
NovelSat NS2000 Satellite Demodulator
Features and benefits of the NovelSat NS2000 satellite demodulator.
NovelSat NS1000 Satellite Modulator
Features and benefits of the NovelSat NS1000 satellite modulator.
NovelSat NS-HUB4000 Multi Receiver IP Satellite Platform
Optimize Data Hub Rack Space – Up to 32 Receivers in a Single 1U Unit.
Describes the functions and benefits of the NovelSat NS10C and NS20C Satellite Modulator and Demodulator PCIe-based cards for OEM integration.
Describes the functions and benefits of the NovelSat NSR9100 and NSR9800 Redundancy Switch series.
Full service Network Management System including Bandwidth-on-Demand and advanced Broadcast Content Protection Solution
World’s Most Secure Content Protection Solution for Satellite Broadcast.
A solution for broadcasters to get free satellite bandwidth for video contribution over the distribution network.
Description of service and maintenance options available for NovelSat customers.
NovelSat’s NS3™ satellite modulation technology is bringing fiber-level costs to satellite broadcasting for the first time.