Sunday, April 23, 2017


MVV stands for Mobile VSAT Vehicle, and VSAT stands for Very Small Aperture Terminal.

It's one of TC/IPSTAR products that is being marketed in many countries in the the Asia Pacific where Thaicom 4 (a.k.a. IPSTAR) has coverage.

It's the same technology and solution that the Japanese and German donors are going to donate to the Philippine government.

Signing of the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) was supposed to happen last April 19, 2017. However, due to an unforeseen event that happened, the scheduled event was moved to another date which has to be announced yet.

IPSTAR MVV is a very important and useful technology which can be used in any event, especially in the area hit by any disaster or calamity, providing connectivity to the people and to the emergency response team.

It can also be useful for any broadcast network team to communicating its headquarters.

Broadcast network staffs in the field could take photos of the situation of the devastated area and then send it to HQ which in turns broadcast it to all its audience.

Alternatively, live video footage of the affected area and the actual situations of the victims could be streamed live to the HQ.

It could provide as high as 74 Mbps download and 12 Mbps upload using 1.8 meter antenna, 2-Watt BUC and an SCPC satellite modem called Romantis with the following details below:

UHP-1R1-SCPC : UHP-1000 DVB-S2 standard SCPC Router (QPSK, 8PSK), also supports STAR Mode.

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