Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Boeing Launches Satellite Communications 4G

Boeing Launches Satellite Communications 4G - Boeing getting ready to launch a communications satellite to provide services to the 4G space. SkyTerra a satellite named LightSquared had been sent from the test site in El Segundo, California, United States, to the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan, a space shuttle launch sites. The plan, the satellite will be launched on 14 November this year.

SkyTerra is expected to serve millions of customers in the United States wireless communications. Boeing states that this satellite will be a communications revolution in the United States. "Antennae measuring 22 meters will be the largest commercial satellite antenna active serves," said Boeing spokesman.

This satellite, as described by Jeff Snyder, Senior Vice President of Satellite Engineering and Operations for LightSquared, allowing the relationship between mobile devices, can extend battery life, and have better performance than conventional phones. This satellite will reach all areas across the state with larger-capacity network to link mobile phones, PDAs, and laptops.

4G technologies has a bandwidth of 100 megabits per second to download and 50 megabits per second upload untuh. Technology 3.5G (HSDPA) currently has a maximum speed of 14 megabits per second. A high-definition television services require network speed 25 megabits per second. That is, with 4G technology, high-definition television service could be running perfectly

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