VSAT


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VSAT

[′vē‚sat]
(communications)

VSAT

(communications)

VSAT

(Very Small Aperture satellite Terminal) A small earth station for satellite transmission that handles up to 56 Kbits/sec of digital transmission. VSATs that handle the T1 data rate (up to 1.544 Mbits/sec) are called "TSATs."
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The VSAT technology provides a cost-effective solution for individual users, who need an independent communications network that connects a number of remote sites.
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Make no mistake, worldwide demand for VSAT networks is at its highest point ever and is expected to continue growing at an annual rate of nearly 30%.
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Thus, the maritime VSAT service market by HTS is expected to increase rapidly during the forecast period.
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VSAT (Very Small Aperture Terminal) is a wireless, satellite-based system that can support organisations, with dispersed offices and remote sites, to have internal telecommunications (voice and data) links.
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