Data to be transferred through starlink close to the speed of light; Elon Musk Reclamation

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In a recent tweet, Tesla and CEO Elon Musk declared Starlink is not going to need any terrestrial stations everywhere in the case of satellite internet.

This helps to ensure data transmission close to the light speed, or even more quickly.

Musk responded to a Twitter user and Internet rocket scientist Scott Manley, who emphasized the requirement for broadband downlink stations that Musk answered that inter-satellite laser connections would have to be provided to Starlink satellites launched within 4 to 6 months, so that no local downlink would be needed.

Manley inquired if there were any meaningful changes over lasers and whether they needed more on-board processing for packet routing or if they had been created with adequate capacity before laser interlinks were added.

“Processing isn’t a problem, Musk replied. Laser connections ease the limitation of the ground station, so that data can move via space from Sydney to London, which is about 40% faster than fibre and shortage. No need, too, anywhere for ground stations. Arctic is going to have a big bandwidth!”

But does the transmission of data take occur at light speed? Somewhat. Light speed is 3,00,000 km/s. Infraround light transmits data because the length of wavelength is the wavelength required for the long-distance optical fibre that travels approximately 2,00,000 km/sec.

Internet traffic and the possibility of data transfer via supported network components, like network routers and optical transceivers, that tend to lower the average speed, must be considered by users.

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