SpaceX Starlink wants to connect the Internet to trucks and planes

SpaceX Starlink wants to connect the Internet to trucks and planes

SAN FRANCISCO: Tech billionaire Elon Musk’s private aerospace company SpaceX has sought approval from regulators in the United States to connect its Starlink satellite Internet network to large vehicles, including trucks and ships.
The petition, filed with the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC), points to a move to expand the Starlink satellite Internet network from rural to other areas.
Director of SpaceX’s “Director of SpaceX”, the application will be in the public interest by allowing a new class of ground-based components for the SpaceX satellite system. According to a report released on CNBC on Monday, Satellite Policy David Goldman wrote a letter to the FCC on Friday.
Following the report, Musk clarified that the SpaceX Star Link satellite is not connecting the Internet network to Tesla cars.
“Don’t connect Tesla cars to Starlink, because our terminal is too big. It’s for planes, planes, big trucks and RVs,” he said in a tweet.
Musk said last month that the speed of its StarLink satellite-based Internet service, which aims to provide millions of people in millions of remote areas around the world with cheap web, has doubled to 300 MB this year. PS will be.
The company currently promises speeds between 50 and 150 Mbps for the StarLink project, which aims to provide high-speed internet through a network of about 12,000 satellites. It has put its 1,000 Star Link satellite into orbit.
Musk had previously said that Starlink would make the list public once the cash flow of the service was “significantly improved”.

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