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Why it is better to use ku-band maritime service

Mar 14th 2014 at 4:20 AM

Satellite internet services are in great demand and it is used for both personal and official uses. They are better than the dial up connections as you can take them wherever you want. It is now being preferred by businesses the world over and it can be used in a better way across industries. The usability of such kind of internet services is more when it comes to businesses that are in the marine industry. The demand for ku-band maritime service is more as it offers better internet connectivity on moving vessels while at sea.

There are many companies which have got oil and gas exploration sites in the deep sea. They have their extraction plants and the whole infrastructure in the remotest areas where no other means of communication can be used. Numerous engineers and workmen on those sites need to have a better communication system at the work site. They have to give regular updates to the people sitting on the shores usually the top brass about the daily work and sending them timely reports. For this the need for proper internet connectivity on board is very much needed also considering the internal needs, that is, at the work site.

Availability of so many satellite internet services can be really confusing. So, in that case one has to take the right choice in terms of the best network service. As of know ku-band maritime services are being considered the best as there are a lot many benefits of using it. First and foremost, the initial setup of the whole apparatus is quite an easy thing and one can easily dismantle and again reinstall at the desired frequency. The internet speed offered is relatively faster and this helps the crew on ships for sending out emails with heavy attachments. So, they have got a better download speed than other available internet services which are comparatively slower.

Most of the crew who spend months on ships does not have any other source of entertainment. So, watching TV and browsing internet is what they generally do in their free time. And for this they will definitely need to have uninterrupted internet connection offering wifi connection which helps them in browsing the net according to their requirements and whenever they want. Due to these reasons ku-band maritime service has become the preferred choice when it comes to providing internet services on ships which are most of the time at sea.

As per the experts, the ku-band frequency range is primarily designed for being used for maintaining better satellite communication systems. It has been made to meet the connectivity needs at farthest areas of the earth which are miles away from civilization. In the particular frequency range there is minimum interference of the microwave systems. These days due to the availability of highly powered satellites Ku-band gives the benefit to some of the smallest earth station antennas and RF units, so that one can quite easily install them at the available VSAT location. Due to these reasons it is considered better than other available satellite communication services especially for the marine industry.

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