The need to be connected to the Internet and to interconnect multiple sites has become a reality in the world, especially in Africa. In addition to existing land-based technologies, fixed or mobile, the satellite deserves the furthest areas of the country. As a result, the satellite provides full coverage of the territory, and thereby helping to reduce the digital divide.
SATELLITE INTERNET: HOW DOES IT WORK?
A well oriented antenna, connected to a modem, is sufficient for a speed of up to 20 Mbps in download and 5 Mbps in upload. A subscription to the satellite Internet represents an important alternative for all the unsatisfied individuals of their terrestrial connection. Indeed, satellite broadband that does not depend on terrestrial infrastructure allows for national coverage and is mainly of interest in furthest areas not deserved by other technologies.