Sriharikota, May 18: With the aim to boost internet speed across the nation, Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) will launch three communication satellites which are GSAT-19, GSAT-11, and GSAT-20. These satellites are expected to launch in next 18 months.
Director of Ahmedabad-based Space Applications Centre (SAC) Tapan Misra cites that "The following enormous dispatch will be GSAT-19 in June… With this dispatch, we will start another period of correspondence satellites. It is likewise the start of high-throughput satellites in India". Ahmedabad-based Space Applications Center (SAC) is an arm of ISRO that creates satellite payloads.
Adding the point Misra said, "You are now seeing an adjustment in the correspondence innovation where voice and video interchanges are occurring through the Internet. With future dispatches, TV will be seen through Internet utilizing remote Technology”.
These dispatches will reform the way we utilize TV and cell phones, additionally drive the future communication needs of smart cities.