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Content tagged with Satellite posted in February 2022
Starlink services go live in Ukraine but could bring additional risk
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2/28/2022   Post a comment
Elon Musk confirmed deployment of SpaceX's Starlink satellite Internet service in Ukraine this weekend but security experts warn the uplink transmissions may increase the risk of airstrikes.
FCC sets September 1 deadline for broadband data collection
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2/23/2022   Post a comment
In a public notice on Tuesday, the federal agency set data collection dates for its long-anticipated broadband map.
SpaceX steps into Tonga Internet breach
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2/8/2022   Post a comment
Engineers at work on building a temporary Starlink ground station on Fiji to act as an Internet gateway for Tonga.
Cable edge-outs, fresh fiber builds pose bigger threat than FWA, Viasat says
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2/4/2022   Post a comment
Meanwhile, the launch of the first satellite in the company's globally focused ViaSat-3 constellation has slipped to late summer 2022 because of supply chain issues.
Starlink trots out faster 'Premium' tier fetching $500 per month
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2/2/2022   Post a comment
With business users among its new targets, Starlink's Premium satellite broadband tier touts speeds up to 500 Mbit/s, but customers will need to front $2,500 for the router and a new, higher-capacity antenna.




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