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Amazon to launch satellites for high speed internet in India

Amazon to launch satellites

The global e-commerce giant plans to launch high-speed satellite Internet services in India. For this reason, Amazon hopes to urge the government to eliminate various factors that affect Internet services, such as conditions, permits, permits, and access rights. The cost of renting satellite bandwidth; you also need the landing rights to send signals to the country from foreign satellites provided by the Department of Space (DoS).

“We are discussing with DoS and the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) the regulatory approvals required to provide high-speed Amazon broadband services to India through the Kuiper Project satellite constellation as part of the global launch. be One Web by Bharti Airtel, Elon Musks SpaceX and Jio Internet Services Develop related sources, Amazon is investing more than US$10 billion to purchase 3,236 LEO satellite constellations as part of its Global Space Internet Initiative Kuiper project.

However, his plans for India are unclear. According to reports, OneWeb supports Bharti Group. Next, we will raise US$550 million (approximately Rs 40,103 crore) through the sale of a 24% stake in French satellite operator Eutelsat Communications. In addition, we only notified you two days ago that the next batch of 36 satellites has been launched by Bharti Global.

OneWeb is a low-earth orbit (LEO) satellite operator, launched by Ariane Space from Russia’s Eastern Space Launch Site. In addition, the US aerospace company SpaceX has obtained permission from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to deploy more than 2,000 Starlink satellites in low earth orbit. On April 28, SpaceX launched 60 Starlink satellites into space from the Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40).

At the Space Force Station in Cape Canaveral, Florida, the FCC has approved SpaceX to deploy 2,824 satellites in low orbit as part of its Starlink project to provide high-speed broadband Internet to unconnected areas.

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