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Re: Estimate of satellite vs. Land-based traffic
From: "Jeffrey Lyon" <jeffrey.lyon () blacklotus net>
Date: Tue, 6 Jan 2009 15:40:28 -0500
Satellite transport is common mainly in areas where land based
infrastructure is not feasible. In developed nations this is almost
exclusively the case. Satellite latency is far too high to rely on it
for routine communications unless used as a last resort.
Best regards, Jeff
On Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 3:34 PM, <Kevin.Smith () dca state fl us> wrote:
Participting in a severe solar event EXERCISE. Can anyone give me an
educated guesstimate of the percentage of backbone traffic that is
satellite dependent vs. that which is totally land-based?
Information Systems & Services
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kevin.smith () dca state fl us [preferred]
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Re: Estimate of satellite vs. Land-based traffic Sean Donelan (Jan 06)
Re: Estimate of satellite vs. Land-based traffic JF Mezei (Jan 07)
RE: Estimate of satellite vs. Land-based traffic Martin Hannigan (Jan 07)