Understanding the basics of radio waves and frequency bands is key to understanding satellite internet technology
Ever wondered how satellite internet works? Here's a brief outline of how it's similar in many ways to traditional internet providers, but with a few key differences.
Where the storm is in relation to the end-user's antenna or the satellite ground station antennas, as well as the intensity of the storm, has a lot to do with whether it will affect internet service -- if at all.
While Viasat’s Ka-band-based products get most of the limelight, vital services are tapping into its lower frequency narrow band service offerings
With ever-increasing numbers of satellites around the earth, particularly in lower orbits, space junk can pose a problem. Here's a look at how Viasat mitigates the threat.
All geostationary satellites move out of sunlight for varying periods of time during the spring and autumn equinoxes. Here's a look at how we manage that.