VSAT stands for Very Small Aperture Terminal, and refers to the physical size of the parabolic reflector antenna. However, the term VSAT is generally used across the industry to describe any fixed satellite terminal that provides one-way or two-way communications. The actual size of the dish is dependent upon factors such as the frequency of operation, strength of the satellites’ transmissions, and its use as either a one-way or two-way terminal. VSAT networks typically operate at one of three frequencies: C band, Ku band, or Ka band.

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