What is VSAT?

VSAT stands for Very Small Aperture Terminal. VSAT is a small parabolic antenna that uses satellites for communication lines . The VSAT extension itself actually refers to the size of the antenna that tends to be small but remains strong for use as a satellite telecommunications terminal. In contrast to satellite internet, if VSAT more reach to a wider area but for satellite internet itself is usually devoted to the installation in the remote area then the satellite internet is also commonly called as internet desa. The VSAT extension itself actually refers to the size of the antenna that tends to be small but remains strong for use as a satellite telecommunications terminal. Large diameter VSAT antenna generally ranges between 0.6 – 2.4 meters. But there is also a large VSAT antenna that is 3-6 feet

What are the devices that make up a VSAT network? VSAT network devices outline consists of:
1. VSAT home antennas are scattered in various regions
2. Antenna HUB (explained briefly below)
3. Satellite.
In this network, VSAT and HUB serve as earth stations (Earth Stations), while satellites serve as space stations (Space Station).