What is Satellite Internet?


Satellite broadband enables internet and voice connectivity anywhere on the surface of the planet.

Using a small dish on the outside of your property, along with a set-top box inside, we can offer you fast broadband, reliably, wherever you’re located. You can share the service just as you would with wired broadband, using a conventional network or wirelessly, giving your computer or smart phone access to all the latest internet services and feature rich content.

Courtesy of Europasat, we have brought together under one roof the best satellite broadband services available, and we make it easy for you to get on-line quickly and cheaply even in places where you may have thought fast broadband was impossible.

Because we’re independent and don’t work with just one satellite owner, we can be honest about which satellite based broadband service is best for you so you can get the best satellite broadband deal for you.

Don’t think satellite based broadband is fast enough for you? Think again!

Recent advances in technology mean the latest generation services are blisteringly quick. If they weren’t up to the job then they wouldn’t be used by broadcasting customers of ours like the BBC, CNN and Fox News. If they weren’t also very reliable and robust, they wouldn’t be used by the Government and the MoD in hostile environments like Libya and Afghanistan.

The introduction of Ka Band satellite broadband means that as a satellite ISP, we can transit around 10 times as much data across our satellites as we did 5 years ago, for a quarter of the cost. This enables us to bring you a truly fast broadband service wherever you live, for the same price as many terrestrial services.

Most satellite broadband solutions work on Ku band communications, but ours operate on Ka band. Why?

Ku band has been around for around 40 years, and has been mainly used by broadcasters and Governments because of the high costs involved.

It was a great option for these users because it was very reliable, would work literally anywhere and there was a fairly limitless supply of bandwidth in the sky across most countries and oceans. The problem was that for small companies and home users the whole thing was very expensive.

Like most important technology satellite broadband progressed rapidly, and the boffins came up with a way of using a different set of frequencies for satellite communications; those running in the Ka band spectrum. The cool thing about Ka band is that it enables the satellite operators to transmit around ten times as much data over the same satellite capacity as Ku band. The equipment used could be much smaller and cheaper, and was much easier to set up.

This meant for the first time satellite broadband could be made available at a manageable price for consumers and small businesses. The kit could be self installed if you were handy with a screw-driver, the kit was small and light.

Please contact us for more information and to get started.






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