Reactions to Internet

Satellites in space orbit don’t have the same limitations that land-radio solutions – like mobile broadband – have. As a result, you can install and use satellite internet anywhere: from oil rigs in the middle of the Atlantic to lonely huts high in the Himalayas. Satellite internet providers, like Dishnet™, Excede™ and HughesNet™, use satellite dishes to transmit microwaves of internet data between the user’s access point, space, and a local hub on earth. The entire journey is 45,000 miles and takes between 500 and 1500 milliseconds.