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Commercial Satellites for Secure Military Communications C4ISR, Cyber Security, Robot Platforms & Sensors Conference & Exhibition October 6-7, 2009 Jerry.

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1 Commercial Satellites for Secure Military Communications C4ISR, Cyber Security, Robot Platforms & Sensors Conference & Exhibition October 6-7, 2009 Jerry Goodwin ViaSat -1 Launch Scheduled Q1 2011

2 Commercial Mobile Broadband Ku-Band SATCOM BizJets: 100+ in Service Gulfstream V, IV, 450, 550 Bombardier Global Express Bombardier Challenger 600 Cessna Citation X Boeing Business Jet Maritime: 500+ vessels Leisure yachts Fishing vessels Coast Guard Merchant ships High Speed Rail: 55+ France SNCF TGV Current Coverage 2010 Coverage Broadband Performance: 10 Mbps forward link, 512 Kbps return link, thousands of subscribers

3 TF ODIN Military Mobile Broadband Ku-Band SATCOM 80+ AISR & C2 Aircraft Systems SpOps, JCSE, Commando Solo, & Compass Call C-130s US Army TF-ODIN King Air 300s USAF Liberty King Air 350ERs Govt customer Pilatus PC-12s Army Aviation Blackhawk helicopters trial Private Mobile Networks 3, Regional In-Theater networks Boeing Broadband Satcom Network 23 Senior Leadership (VIPSAM) Aircraft 10 Stryker vehicles Multi-regional coverage Private Networks SpOps USAF Liberty Broadband Performance: Moving toward 20 Mbps forward link, 1 Mbps return link, hundreds of subscribers

4 Selected for Best in Capacity! The Newest Standards in Satcom Networking Point-to-PointMesh – Any-to-AnyHub & Spoke (Client Server) MIL-STD B Modem MD-1366 EBEM WIN-T & USMC SWAN LINKWAY S2 DoD Standard for IP Networks MD-1377 JOINT IP MODEM 3000 Fielded 5000 Fielded Shipping Spring 2010 Modem Includes NSA Evaluated FIPS TRANSEC Type 1 HAIPE Network Encryptor for COMSEC Current SATCOM Security Approach

5 Very High Capacity Satellites A different satellite for a different mission

6 Satellite Traditions » » » » Two Problems w/ Satellite There is a whole industry – outside of satellite -providing products, like AcceleNet, to overcome high latency, low bandwidth, problematic network connections

7 Very High Capacity SATCOM Conventional Broadcast centric Broadest reach Broad antenna beams Flexible services Ground conformity Key unit: transponder ViaSat-1 Data centric High demand markets Small spot beams Unicast, regional Ground optimized Key unit Gbps Satellites designed for a different MISSION

8 Todays Commercial Ka-band Capacity Is Over 10x Military Ka-band … Anik-F2 Jul 2004 WildBlue-1 Dec 2006 Spaceway-3 Aug 2007 Commercial Broadband, Ka-band Satellite Evolution Broadband Performance: 1.5 Mbps forward link, 256 Kbps return link, hundreds of thousands of subscribers Wildblue Service $49 / month satellite broadband WildBlue began Jun 05, Telesat Canada began Jun 05 Fastest growing satellite consumer broadband ever -400,000 net customers in 2 ½ years - Shipped 35,000 terminals/month - Total terminal price approximately $350 ea

9 … with ViaSat-1 to Provide 100 Gbps! WildBlue Customer Density (as presented by WildBlue at Lehman Conference ) Viasat-1 Capacity ViaSat-1 Capacity Targeted at 70% of US Population & the High Demand Satellite Broadband Market Areas, First Quarter 2011 Next Generation ViaSat-1 designed to Serve High Demand Areas of US Broadband Performance: 8 Mbps forward link, 2 Mbps return link, millions of subscribers

10 … and KaSat-1 to Provide 70Gbps! Plus KaSat-1 (Eutelsat) to Serve High Demand Areas of Europe ViaSat Networking System

11 Additional International Extensions In discussions with operators for similar satellites/services over: Middle East and Africa Australia/New Zealand and Pacific Rim China & India Latin and South America Japan

12 Extraordinary Capacity: Bits in Space…

13 …and Achieving Superior Capital Efficiency $M/Gbps SpaceWay Estimated 2-Way Bandwidth Capital Cost (Satellite on-orbit) $3.50$5 $14 $40 $167 $225 $50 $150 $250 ViaSat-1KaSat-1YahSatWildBlueWGSKu FSS

14 The Ku/Ka Coverage Map: 2010 Train in the US, Stage in Europe, Field in Mid-East or Africa Key: Blended Network Allows Mobile Broadband at Much Lower Rates

15 Terminal Proposition Faster, Smaller, Cheaper! Would you rather buy this… ….. or this? n 2.4m Trailer plus baseband vehicle n 3Mbps Mesh n 2-8Mbps Point-to-Point n $500K/Terminal n $ K/Month airtime n.7m Portable n 5 Mbps Transmit n 30 Mbps Receive n $50K/Terminal n $100-$1000/Month airtime

16 Expanded Operations in Theater Improved Ability to Concentrated Forces What DoD realizes with WGS: 7 Predators 0 Brigade Combat Teams # Brigade Combat Teams Iraq: 12 Afghanistan: 3 CONUS/OCONUS: 43 # Predators and Global Hawks in USAF inventory at present is about 170 What a DoD ViaSat broadband Ka-band satellite will support: 100 Predators 40 Brigade Combat Teams Afghanistan AOR Example: n25 Gbps vs. 1.5 Gbps! nAt a cost savings of ~ $240M 1 (67% decrease) 1 based on capital (Satellite on-orbit) WGS 1.5° Beam Broadband Beams Broadband Performance: You could put 2 Predators and 2 Brigade Combat Teams in any beam each with a 300 Mbps forward link and 300 Mbps return

17 TRANSFORMING SECURE SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS Access Broadband Applications Without Bandwidth Constraint » Voice » Streaming Video » High-Resolution Imagery » Tactical Operations Center Backhaul » Forward Team Backhaul » ISR Data In essence we are working to provide: Wireless Multi-media High Capacity Access Points In essence we are working to provide: Wireless Multi-media High Capacity Access Points

18 The Future with ViaSat-1 and Beyond Literally millions of broadband satellite subscribers in US, Europe & globally Leveraged for the government markets just like most things ViaSat has done in the past Secure for all Applications Voice, Video, Client/Server data All you can eat Bandwidth changes from scarce to plentiful, from expensive to affordable Any time, any where Now that sounds like the GIG


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