MDIF company plans to send the beam free Wi-Fi Outernet to every person on Earth from space. The ambitious project known as the Outernet intends to launch hundreds of miniature satellites in low Earth orbit, this process is expected to begin in June 2015.
Each satellite will broadcast the Internet to phones and PCs giving billions of people around the world free online access and more over without censorship. Citizens of countries such as China and North Korea, which have been censored with the activity on the Internet will be able to have free and unlimited access to cyberspace.
Company from New York plans to ask NASA to test Outernet technology on the International Space Station in order to start broadcasting wireless Internet access for worldwide users.
Using data transmission technology, which involves sending data via wide radio waves, the company from New York says it will be able to broadcast the Internet around the world.
Group hopes to receiving tens of millions of dollars donations to the project to fully start.
According to the statement the team Outernet only 60% of the world's population now has access to a wealth of knowledge that can be found on the Internet. This is due to the lack of adequate infrastructure in many countries, companies are unable or are unwilling to provide people with the necessary infrastructure to access the network. Thus, despite having the end user the right equipment and so he can not freely use network.
Outernet Project seeks to obtain adequate funds through donations to run hundreds of miniature satellites called CubeSats to make their dreams become a reality. These satellites are to be placed in low Earth orbit so as to provide a service without problems and at the same time not disturbing airplanes or military satellites, or any other.
Use the User Datagram Protocol (UDP ), which is multi-tasking aiming to exchange data between users on the network, Outernet will transmit the information to the users and from them in an uninterrupted sequence. This can be closer explained as the way the TV receives the signal and how we move through the canals.
Here's how Timeline for submit a project OUTERNET looks like:
- In June of this year, the project is expected to begin deploying Outernet satellites prototype and test technology.
- In September 2014 will be submitted to NASA's a request to test the technology on the International Space Station.
- In early 2015 start of production and launch of satellites.
- And in June 2015, the company will begin broadcasting Outernet.
All this will be possible only if there will be enough funds....