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    Umang Pal
    Mar 15, 2021, 5:27:07 PM |

    Satellite internet has been around for many years. It entails transmitting internet data across space using radio signals rather than cables. The signals are transmitted from ground stations around the world to satellites in space, which can then transmit the information to users on the ground. According to users, Starlink is currently offering download speeds of 80Mbps to 150Mbps and upload speeds of about 30Mbps. Meanwhile, latency is about 30 milliseconds, which is comparable to the traditional internet. SpaceX expects to increase download speeds to 300Mbps later this year while lowering latency to 20ms.

    SpaceX has been concentrating its efforts on bringing Starlink to areas with slow internet, especially in rural and remote parts of the globe. As a result, we anticipate SpaceX prioritizing users in those areas first. Starlink is actually $99 a month. A one-time $499 fee will be charged for the Starlink satellite dish and Wi-Fi router, which will be delivered to your home. It isn't cheap, but users in rural areas who have long struggled with slow broadband say Starlink's fast internet service is well worth the money.

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    jitender yadav
    Mar 16, 2021, 2:46:06 AM |

    Starlink is a satellite internet constellation being constructed by SpaceX providing satellite Internet access. The constellation will consist of thousands of mass-produced small satellites in low Earth orbit (LEO), working in combination with ground transceivers.

    Once it becomes fully operational, Starlink will be able to offer internet access from virtually anywhere on the planet. The goal of the Elon Musk Starlink effort is to launch thousands of small satellites, all of which will be in low Earth orbit. They will be able to transmit fast internet signals down to Earth.

    SpaceX further mentioned that in its baseline plan, “Starlink Services would provide telephone services connecting consumers to its MSP’s platform using its network capacity, which is available to consumers through their customer premises equipment.” Interestingly enough, the Elon Musk-led company added that Starlink customers would have the option to use a third-party, conventional phone for its service. This may prove to be a key selling point for the service, especially considering the mobile market’s robust options today. 

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