Satellite Internet services are used in locations where terrestrial Internet access is not available and in locations which move frequently. Internet access via satellite is available worldwide, including vessels at sea and mobile land vehicles.
Hughes Net brings High-Speed Internet to neighborhoods where DSL and Cable Intener don’t reach.
Hughes Net offers you an excellent and fast Internet connection that doesn’t tie up your phone line.
Hughes Net installers are a certified staff that install all the stuff for that you can connect to the Internet, the Installation team will arrive on the specified date that you choose with all the equipment necessary to perform the Hughes Net installation in your home or office.
System hardware components
The transmitting station (also called “teleport”, “head end”, “uplink facility”, or “hub”) has two components:
- nternet connection: The ISP’s routers connect to proxy servers which can enforce quality of service (QoS) bandwidth limits and guarantees for user traffic. These are then connected to a DVB encapsulator which is then connected to a DVB-S modem. The radio frequency (RF) signal from the DVB-S modem is connected to an up converter which is connected via feed line to the outdoor unit.
- Satellite uplink: The block upconverter (BUC) and optional low-noise block converter (LNB), which may use a waveguide to connect to the optional orthomode transducer (OMT) which is bolted to the feed horn which is connected by metal supports to the satellite dish and mount.
At the remote location (Earth station) the setup consists of:
- Satellite dish with mount
- Universal LNB, for Ku band.
- Feed line
- DVB-S Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) card internal to a computer
- or, DVB external modem where an 8P8C (RJ-45) Ethernet port or a Universal Serial Bus (USB) port connects the modem to the computer