Upcoming New Data Revolution? Elon Musk's Starlink Internet Directly to Smartphone?

The SpaceX subsidiary Starlink is looking on ways to connect mobile devices to satellite internet. The richest man in the world, Elon Musk, is also the CEO of Starlink. According to a PC Magazine article, none of the Starlink satellites that have been launched so far are able to provide internet service to smartphones or other portable devices. At the same time, another revolution might start if satellite Internet service gains popularity.


What are the latest developments?
In a request made by Starlink to the US Federal Communications Commission, the new technology is alluded to (FCC). They have asked for authorization to transmit internet service using a satellite at a frequency of two gigahertz (2GHz). For individuals who require connectivity wherever they are. Additionally, it is claimed that the Internet broadcast conducted in this manner is capable of overcoming numerous challenges. It is implied that these will have direct access to small devices.

Current satellites lack this functionality.
Everywhere internet access is desired by users. Whatever they are doing, they are always going to require the internet. In its application to the FCC, Starlink stated that people wanted to be connected, particularly through smartphones. The ability of current smart phones to directly receive the internet signals provided in this manner is also in question. With the use of tiny handheld gadgets, it might be possible to connect smart phones to the internet. Such devices are mentioned in the Starlink application.

Does receiving satellite require a dish?
It's possible that smartphones won't be able to directly access the 2 GHz frequency that Elon Musk's business hopes to provide. The objective is to simultaneously make the internet accessible on smartphones from a portable, tiny device. The small device's size was not specified in the company's file, but according to PC Mag, it wouldn't be a large dish. Additionally, Starlink will produce this item.


Swarm for assistance
It's believed that SpaceX's acquisition of Swarm last year opened the door for the business to take a new turn. A business that uses nano-satellites called Swarm has experience in supplying data to Internet-of-Things gadgets. This acquisition might have sparked revolutionary improvements that weren't even possible a year ago. By keeping its technology at the cutting edge, Starlink will be prepared to offer internet at 2 gigahertz.

India may also experience the new shift.
Tower-based mobile internet services are set to change. Even the money that businesses have invested in 5G could suffer financially. Low Earth Orbit, or LEO, is the category in which Starlink satellites fall. Sunil Mittal, the owner of Airtel, also possesses such satellites. He was buying OneWeb, a company situated in the UK. Currently, OneWeb is believed to have 648 satellites.

Mukesh Ambani, the Head of Reliance, is likewise eager to conduct business in this area. If satellite internet transmission proves to be more effective than tower-based internet transmission, don't be shocked if future services migrate to it. Even mmWave, the current strongest internet transmission method in 5G, struggles to easily get past barriers like walls and other construction. At the same time, nations like India might believe that way if satellite internet makes it simple to get past barriers like walls and other physical barriers.
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