Two Way Satellite


These two way satellite services employ bi-directional receive/transmit satellite links, connecting remotely located subscribers directly to a terrestrial teleport facility in Europe or United States. The teleport routes the connection further to the Public IP space or a privately owned network. This allows service providers (SP) to provide satellite broadband Internet access as well as quickly deploying 2 way satellite networks to virtually any point in the world, avoiding the local bind to telecommunications infrastructure

In order to provide 2 way satellite Internet access SPs employ a number of highly efficient TDMA and FDMA platforms, including ViaSat LinkStar and iDirect as well as traditional SCPC and DVB-S2 based systems. SPs support all known topologies, including Star, full Mesh and hybrid Star/Mesh to fit perfectly with any two way satellite connectivity requirements and support IP voice, video and data traffic. SPs services range from DTH (Direct-to-Home), SOHO and go up to carrier-grade backbones, including NGOs, banks, hospitals, enterprise clients, Internet service providers, VoIP carriers, videoconferencing bridges, WAN networks, military welfare and recreation facilities, governmental organizations - such as embassies and many others.