I dont know for sure but I think that the terminal doesn't come with a wifi router. So that depends entirely on what you choose to do. I plan on just plugging it into my wifi router when i get mine.Anyone know if you need a range extender to get full coverage in larger homes or out to a patio?
I for one, would probably sell 10% of my Tesla shares to buy Starlink.
Last week Elon tweeted in a reply that "Will do my best to give long-term Tesla shareholders preference.". This was in reference to purchasing Starlink stock ~pre-ipo. I have never been in such a situation as a shareholder and was wondering how could this possibly play out? Anyone have experience in this situation. Where you can get stock purchasing preference for a "Sister" company? I'm guessing it would be limited to based on how many TSLA shares you have at the set ipo price. IE if I own 1k shares of Tesla than I can but a max of 1k shares of Starlink at the determined ipo price? Just shooting this out there to see if anyone has experienced similar. This will be a no-brainer.
12 Starlink satellite dishes set up for the population
Ahrweiler/ Rhineland-Palatinate - During the night, 12 Starlink satellite dishes for the population could already be set up and installed in the damage area. The number will be increased to 35 in the course of the day. Here, affected people can dial in and thus gain access to the Internet.
Satellite dishes are already in place in the following towns:
A hybrid approach with SpaceX integrating Swarm tech (which they acquired) into the Starlink sattelites. Swarm (or other communication protocol) for phone links, Starlink for backhaul. With continuous sat improvements and launches, it's feasible to mix in any LEO signaling system (eventually).Its going to be a very very long time before something the size of a phone can use starlink, if anything this might one day use swarm
Another route is Micro-cells which could simply be located on rooftops of normal houses or commercial buildings.A hybrid approach with SpaceX integrating Swarm tech (which they acquired) into the Starlink sattelites. Swarm (or other communication protocol) for phone links, Starlink for backhaul. With continuous sat improvements and launches, it's feasible to mix in any LEO signaling system (eventually).
Small cells provide a small radio footprint, which can range from 10 meters within urban and in-building locations to 2 km for a rural location. Picocells and microcells can also have a range of a few hundred meters to a few kilometers, but they differ from femtocells in that they do not always have self-organising and self-management capabilities.
Any knowledge on who the two large mobile operators are referenced in this article?
Some of the biggest names in tech and telecom are taking aim at Starlink, as SpaceX satellite internet service prepares to exit beta.www.mobileworldlive.com