Early success for a new way to reach the web
This is a small portable dish that automatically, including an automatic motor, finds the satellite to connect to.
"Starlink has already launched 1,000 web satellites (the target is 42,000 small satellites) which in turn communicate with Starlink's mini-satellite dishes down here.
The dish is connected to a box that also has an input for the router that is placed in the home. You download the Starlink app on your mobile phone, which in turn can communicate with the antenna when it is connected to SpaceX's satellite far up there. ”
In 2024, there are expected to be 4425 satellites in orbit.
These are the countries that are testing now
Unfortunately, it is only in the USA, Canada, and the UK that you can beta-test the satellite, which is really a point if you have a really bad network on your mobile, and therefore can not share networks from it. Even if you travel far on the plateau or to the forest, you will thus be able to get internet access, if you can not do without it.
SpaceX boasts more than 100 / 20Mbps down and up to speeds and an average ping of 31 ms. or less. It is impressive as the problem with traditional satellite broadband is many hundreds of ms. lag.
We have announced our interest, so we will see if we get to access and can test.