How does a VSAT network work?
A very small aperture terminal (VSAT) is a small-sized earth station used in the transmit/receive of data, voice and video signals over a satellite communication network, excluding broadcast television. The satellite sends and receives signals from a ground station computer that acts as a hub for the system.
What are the advantages of VSAT?
➨VSAT provides same quality of service and speed at all the locations across the entire VSAT network. ➨VSAT services are independant of other wired and wireless mediums used as transmission network service provider. Hence it is a great backup system which is available during disaster and emergency situations.
Who uses a VSAT system?
VSAT terminals are used in military and naval applications to ensure communication even in remote locations. They are also used in narrowband financial applications like point-of-sale transactions, and broadband data like Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), and satellite internet.
What is VSAT communication?
VSAT (Very Small Aperture Terminal) is a satellite communications system that serves home and business users. The tranceiver receives or sends a signal to a satellite transponder in the sky. The satellite sends and receives signals from an earth station computer that acts as a hub for the system.
What are the application of VSAT?
VSAT is an ideal satellite network that provides communications support for a wide range of applications: High Speed Internet Access. Virtual Private Networks. Telemetry & Data Collection.
How VSAT is efficient compared to other means of communication?
Bandwidth on Demand: VSAT networks support and are better suited for Bandwidth on Demand services than their terrestrial counterparts. Cost per connection is independent of the location/ distance: With a VSAT network, the cost per node is independent on the number of nodes and also distance between the various nodes.
How do I improve my VSAT?
Data compression plays an important role in improving the performance of low bandwidth VSAT satellite network. Among other satellite performance enhancement techniques, data compression is the most suitable and economical way to further improve the user experience of VSAT satellite network.
What is VSAT latency?
The total latency for VSAT service is about 500 – 650 ms.