May 2, 2020 | internet | No Comments
Do you feel the need for high speed Internet access and simply can’t get it? Not every home has access to DSL or Cable broadband Internet access services. In fact over 30 million people still can’t receive high speed Internet access. The costs of setting up DSL or cable access throughout the country, to each home, are in the billions of dollars. There are many promises that DSL or cable is coming, but when. Unfortunately it all boils down to economics, too few subscribers with too many miles. To many, satellite Internet access offers the solution. Satellite Internet service allows virtually everyone, anywhere to have access to lightning-fast broadband Internet access. There are two types of satellite Internet service, “one way” and “two way” systems.
With two way satellite systems the satellite dish sends and receives information over the Internet and delivers it your computer. The real benefit of a two way system is that you’re able to receive high speed access without tying up your phone line. Two way satellite service also give you an always on system. Download speeds can be as high as 1.5mpbs with upload speed about 128kbps.
One way satellite Internet access utilizes a dial up connection for upload page requests and offers similar download speeds of 256kbps to 1.5mbps. One way satellite Internet access is more reliable and economical than two-way satellite Internet services. It’s faster and more reliable because one way satellite Internet doesn’t experience the same time-out delays caused by “two-way” approach of uploading requests to the satellite. Satellites are really designed to broadcast and not receive information from small transmitters. One way satellite service takes advantage of satellite’s strengths by using it for downloading of information only. As you know, when you’re using a dial-up Internet service, your waiting time is based on downloading the information over your telephone line. The use of satellite Internet to download eliminates the problem.
If you are uploading tremendous amounts of information then a two way satellite system may be right for you. On the other hand, for average to moderate Internet surfers, one way satellite Internet access offers high speed that is reliable and much more affordable than two way access. Because of the simplicity and reliability, one way satellite Internet access is not regulated by the FCC. This gives the flexibility of choice of professional or self installation.
Put an end to your slow Internet access. Satellite Internet access may very well be the answer that you were looking for.Access, America, high, internet, Rural, Satellite, Speed