Bob, I've seen a video on YouTube where the person in a very remote, rural part of the USA installed a Starling system. Nothing big was made of this; very matter-of-fact. This person was impressed, though, and reported speeds "as advertised". I do wonder at the ground stations, where they are to get global coverage. I've not researched that. Peter VK1PE In suburban Canberra, Australian Capital Territory.
On Mon, 22 Feb 2021, 22:16 Bob Hammond, [email protected] wrote:
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