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See all Premium member Presentation Transcript INTERNATIONALSATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM : INTERNATIONALSATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM Presented by:: GYAN SINGH ARUNESH KUMAR MCA 4th SEM Slide 2: The International Satellite Communications System (ISCS) GENERAL DESCRIPTION & PURPOSE The ISCS is composed of two systems for data delivery via satellite communications. The first system is the World Area Forecast System (WAFS) in support of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) program for aviation data distribution. The WAFS broadcast makes globally available to aviation users The second part of the ISCS is the Region IV Meteorological Telecommunications Network (RMTN) satellite system which replaced the two WMO Region IV GTS regional communication networks of the Antilles Meteorological (ANMET) and Central America Meteorological (CEMET). Slide 3: The International Satellite Communications System (ISCS) The United States will continue to support ICAO/WMO requirements (as a servicing World Area Forecast Center - WAFC) with the ISCS. The global coverage will continue to span approximately from 105degrees east longitude to 65 degrees east longitude (covering the Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, North America, Central America, South America, and the Caribbean). The remainder of the world coverage will continue to be supported by the WAFC located in the United Kingdom through their satellite broadcast system called SADIS (which primarily covers the European, Asian, and African continents as well as the Indian Ocean). Slide 4: ATLANTIC OCEAN REGION (AOR) The AOR portion of the successor ISCS will be centered around the WorldCom shared Master Satellite Hub, in Andover, Maine. The Master Satellite Hub will be linked via a 64 Kbps terrestrial (redundant) circuit to the National Weather Service Telecommunications Gateway (NWSTG) in Silver Spring, Maryland. The NWSTG will continue to serve as the central point of data entry into the ISCS. All ISCS data originating at the NWSTG will be transmitted, using TCP/IP network protocol, over to the WorldCom Andover facility for broadcast to all ISCS AOR sites. ISCS AOR Satellite Broadcast : ISCS AOR Satellite Broadcast Slide 6: PACIFIC OCEAN REGION (POR) The POR portion of ISCS will be centered around the WorldCom shared Master Satellite Hub in Yacolt, Washington. The Yacolt Master Satellite Hub will be linked via a 64 Kbps terrestrial (redundant) circuit to the WorldCom shared Master Satellite Hub in Andover, Maine. All ISCS WAFS data originating at the NWSTG will transmitted, using TCP/IP network protocol, to the Yacolt facility (via the Andover facility) for broadcast to all POR sites. Slide 7: ISCS WAFS – Pacific Ocean Region Slide 8: REGION IV METEOROLOGICAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORK (RMTN) The RMTN portion of the successor ISCS will be centered around the WorldCom shared Master Satellite Hub. The Master Satellite Hub will be linked via a 64 Kbps redundant circuit to the National Weather Service Telecommunications Gateway (NWSTG) in Silver Spring, Maryland. All ISCS data originating at the NWSTG will be transmitted, using TCP/IP network protocol, to the WorldCom Andover facility for broadcast to all ISCS RMTN sites. All RMTN sites will uplink their data at 2.4 Kbps, using TCP/IP network protocol, to the NWSTG (via the WorldCom Andover facility) for inclusion as part of the collective that is broadcast to all ISCS RMTN sites. Slide 11: ISCS BACKUP In the event of a total or catastrophic failure of the NWSTG, additional protection for the broadcast of WAFS data will be incorporated into the successor ISCS network. Facilities will be established for the United Kingdom WAFC, and the NWS Aviation Weather Center, to directly dial up to the Andover Earth Station facility to broadcast critical data to the ISCS member nations. INTERNATIONALSATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SUCCESSOR SYSTEM : INTERNATIONALSATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SUCCESSOR SYSTEM Slide 14: ISCS DEPLOYMENT GOALS Replace X.25 network protocol with TCP/IP network protocol All site owned VSAT equipment remains the same Additional Interface equipment will be added to registered sites Phased transition from existing network to successor network with minimum site downtime Dual operation of current / successor networks to reduce impact to users Extend system life with a technology refresh program to incorporate technology advancements for enhanced performance capabilities, as appropriate Slide 18: ISCS DEPLOYMENT TIME LINE Contract Award: December 2002 Transition to new system: December 2002 – August 2003 Dual operations period: August 2003 – January 2004 End of Legacy contract: September 2003 Slide 19: THANKS You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.