Who built ViaSat-1?

Who built ViaSat-1?

Space Systems/Loral
The newest addition to Telesat’s global fleet, ViaSat-1 was manufactured by Space Systems/Loral utilizing the proven SS/L1300 platform. The satellite is designed to provide more than 100 gigabits per second throughput, making ViaSat-1 among the highest capacity satellites ever deployed.

When was ViaSat launched?

October 19, 2011
ViaSat-1/Launch date

The ViaSat-1 launch occurred at the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan on October 19, 2011, ViaSat-1 became the record-holder for highest capacity satellite in the world at the time. The ViaSat-1 satellite broadband coverage included the continental United States, Alaska, Hawaii, and Canada.

When did Viasat-2 launch?

June 1, 2017, 4:45 PM PDT
ViaSat-2/Launch date

Is ViaSat available in Canada?

ViaSat-2 Satellite Communications Services Available for Canadian Armed Forces and Government Applications.

Does ViaSat 1 still exist?

3 years after making way for the Econet Media-managed Kwesé, the Viasat 1 television brand is staging a return to Ghana. Kwesé has since gone into administration. …

How many satellites does ViaSat?

four satellites
Viasat operates resources on four satellites: ViaSat-1, WildBlue1, Anik-F2 and ViaSat-2.

Where is Viasat 2 available?

ViaSat-2 satellite Launched from the Guiana Space Centre, French Guiana in 2017, ViaSat-2 expanded Viasat’s satellite broadband services across North America, Central America, the Caribbean and the primary aeronautical and maritime routes across the Atlantic.

Is 25 Mbps fast enough?

25 Mbps—Good for about 2 people and up to 5 devices, depending on what you do with them. With 25 Mbps, you could stream one show in 4K if there are no other internet connections. A speed of 50 Mbps can handle 2–3 video streams plus some extra online activity. 100 Mbps—Good for 4–6 people and up to 10 devices.

What satellite does xplornet use?

Xplornet provides fixed wireless internet access to remote areas through a combination of satellite internet as well as LTE and WiMAX fixed wireless networks. It owns part of the lifetime capacity of ViaSat-2 and is expanding its 4G network.

Which direction does ViaSat dish point?

The satellite is positioned at 115.1 degrees West longitude geostationary orbit point, with 72 Ka-band spot beams; 63 over the U.S. (Eastern and Western states, Alaska and Hawaii), and nine over Canada.

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