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G SAT-11 flying to sky.
Posted Date:-12/6/2018 4:02:36 PM

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The Mumbai-based private startup company, Elyde Space, designed this satellite in 18 months. There are a number of unique features in the GSAT-11 compared to India's so-called satellites. In the field of communication, large satellites serve longer, but not for longer. G SAT- 11 is something like that. This is also the satellite that carried along the highest bandwidth. It consists of 40 transponders working on the Kew-Band, KA-band frequency. 

 


They supply data with 16 GB speed per second and provide connectivity with high bandwidth. This makes the Internet more accessible and widely available throughout the country. Internet services can also be available on flights. It is not only in weight but also in shape. The solar panels (solar panels) for this are larger than the sedan. Each one is about four meters long. Signal beam used by traditional satellites such as INSAT is not enough to cover the whole country. 

 

But, since GSAT-11 is primarily concentrated on a geographical area, it delivers fast data. This satellite provides data for e-governance in villages. The satellite can get access to the Internet in all areas where the Internet cannot provide fiber optic. Moreover, when fibers are in the optical based system, it is possible to maintain the entire Internet through GSAT-11. Scientists have explained that it is particularly useful for providing multifaset beam coverage. ISRO's GSLV Mark-3 series racket can only carry a weight of 4 tons. Since it could not take nearly a six -tony satellite, ISRO has launched the GSAT-11 to rent a powerful Aerian-5 racquet. Expedited commercial satellite from the first private sector in Bharat. 




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