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SatADSL announce Ka-band satellite internet for Africa using Newtec on Hylas 4

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Oct 5th, 2018 at 9:18am  
From press release...

SatADSL have announced new Ka-band satellite broadband services in Sub-Saharan Africa to bring cost-effective coverage to communities and businesses.

The system will use Avanti’s High Throughput Satellite (HTS) HYLAS 4, with 64 spot beams covering Africa and Europe plus four re-pointable spot beams that could be aimed at Caribbean, South America, Europe, Africa.

This video shows the Hylas 4 coverage pattern, from 33.5 deg west orbit longitude, above the Atlantic. Expand to full screen to see the detail.

The new service will use the Newtec Dialog® multiservice platform and Newtec’s MDM2210 IP Satellite Modems, which feature an embedded Wi-Fi-router. This modem delivers throughputs of more than 100 Mbit/s and enables end-users to easily add numerous devices to the same satellite subscription.

Go to www.satadsl.net for more information.

Best regards Eric.
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