Re: satellite communication replaces modem?
From: "Mohammed Jaber" <email@example.com>
Date: Sun, 15 Dec 1996 13:47:49 +0400
From firstname.lastname@example.org Sun Dec 15 04: 51:35 1996
> From: Satellite Journal <email@example.com>
> To: INTERNET:firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: satellite communication replaces modem?
> Date: 04/ÔÚÈÇä/1417 09:53 ã
> The Direct PC is the most well known of the satellite delivery methods.
> you have Ku on your GI setup, then you just need the card, software and
> IP. The drawback is you have to stay on G4. If you are serious about
> regular satellite or spend a lot of time surfing it would be better to
> a little dish. You could pick up one cheaper than DirectPC and use it.
> Remember the fantastic speed is only ONE way. You still have to upload at
> 33 1/3 <g>.
May I have more information about using Direct PC?
I have C/KU Wide Band LNBs fixed on a 10 fet dish.. I have a Drake 800XTR
Sateillite Reciever wich have a linkage with the PC by a software and
connection cable through LPT port.
Thanks for help..
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