Satellite Internet access is Internet access provided through a new generation of high-powered GEO (geostationary earth orbit) and LEO (low earth orbit) communications satellites. Modern, consumer grade satellite Internet service is typically provided to individual users through geostationary satellites that can offer relatively high data speeds, with newer satellites using Ka band to achieve higher downstream data and speed.

Satellite Internet generally relies on three primary components: a satellite, typically in geostationary orbit, a number of ground stations known as gateways that relay Internet data to and from the satellite via radio waves (microwave), and a small antenna at the subscriber’s location, often a very small dish antenna with a transceiver.

Other components of a satellite Internet system include a modem at the user end, which links the user’s network with the transceiver, and a centralized network operations center (NOC) for monitoring the entire system. With this configuration, the number of terminals that can be connected to the hub is virtually limitless.

TEAM:MEDIA d.o.o offers two types of satellite Internet access to all interested parties. The first is permanent satellite Internet access for private users – B2C and the second is permanent satellite Internet for business users – B2B.

Apart from satellite Internet service, TEAM:MEDIA d.o.o. also offers the possibility of occasional/periodic video content transmission via KA-SAT satellite, the service known as NewsSpotter. Al Jazeera Balkans, Hayat HD, RTRS and RTVBN are only some of the TV stations that use NewsSpotter service for occasional LIVE transmissions.