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The best satellite broadband router is often the one that is provided by your ISP, or it might be an upgraded router that covers a bigger area (if your home is large). It depends on what you need. While you must use the modem issued by your satellite internet provider, you can use any router you choose. This opens up a lot of options.




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If you want a high-end router because you like having all the best stuff, we suggest the NETGEAR Nighthawk X6S. The fast, dual-band connection will keep your home network humming. It can blanket up to 3,500 square feet with a steady Wi-Fi signal, which can be helpful for large, sprawling homes. However, this router is expensive and is way faster than most satellite internet services, so it's probably overkill for most people.


Because satellite internet works differently than other internet types, and your modem will need to translate the signal from your satellite dish, you'll need to get your modem directly from your satellite internet provider. Your provider will lease it to you as part of your contract.


A modem is different than a router (routers create your home network), but both may be housed within the same piece of equipment. In the case of Viasat and HughesNet, both proprietary modems have built-in Wi-Fi routers.


Yes, you must use the modem provided by HughesNet or Viasat. Standard modems you can find in stores or online aren't compatible with satellite internet (although some routers are). Both HughesNet and Viasat will lease you a modem/router combo. You must use the ISP-issued modem, but you can use your own router with satellite internet service.


A satellite internet connection can offer speeds as fast as some DSL, fixed-wireless, and cable providers, but all satellite plans come with data limitations. Once you reach your data threshold for the month, your speeds will be slowed way down unless you buy extra data for the month (which can get expensive).


Our team at SatelliteInternet.com keeps a finger on the pulse of the satellite internet industry, continually gathering expert insights and thorough research to be your go-to resource on the topic and to keep you updated on the best satellite internet providers.


A high-speed internet plan will only go so far if you have a slow modem or router. With Viasat internet, you can rent a Viasat modem from the company. Still, there are some reasons to consider buying your own. Rental fees can seem cheap at first, but you can end up paying more than if you bought it in the first place. Thankfully, many modern 2-in-1 router modems can serve as a Viasat compatible modem. So, when looking for the best modem for Viasat, there can be quite a few to consider.


Considering the options available, we compared devices by speed, price, features and customer reviews. The different devices were then compared against the four primary Viasat internet plans to determine which was best for each. Beyond these comparisons, it is essential to consider the limitations of satellite internet plans.


While some modem and routers compatible with Viasat can deliver speeds over 1 Gbps, Viasat plans top out at 100 Mbps. With that in mind, the final winners provided the best features and speeds that a customer can use with a Viasat plan. Still, devices that exceed Viasat plans were kept, when their robust features and relatively low prices maintained competitiveness.


The Arris Surfboard SBG10 has the speed potential to handle any of the Viasat plans. Still, it may perform better with the slower plans. This device can serve as a Viasat modem router combo. Meaning it can handle both wired and wireless networks. It has an AC1600 dual-band Wi-Fi router and two-gigabit Ethernet ports. It has 164 channel bonding, allowing it to process 16 streams of data being downloaded and four streams being uploaded.


The ARRIS Surfboard SBG7600AC2 comes with a DOCSIS 3.0 modem and AC2350 dual-band Wi-Fi built-in. This 2-in-1 offers four gigabit ports for high-speed wired connections. The device has 328 channel bonding, enabling it to manage many internet devices at once. The manufacturers recommend it for internet plans up to 600 Mbps, making it functional for any of the Viasat plans. Especially for busy households that run many internet devices simultaneously, this can be a suitable Viasat router modem combo.


For security, the router includes a free trial of NETGEAR Armor. But it also has DOS protection, VPN and a firewall. This router is best for those who want everything that a router can offer and are willing to pay for the features. While this router can handle more speed than satellite internet offers, it can also be used with other providers.


The CDM-780 Modular High-Speed Modem / Mod / Demod can be configured as a modem, up to 3 demods, up to 3 modulators, or a modulator and 2 demods for MEO / LEO make before break connections. This flexibility, extended symbol rate and data rate builds on our family of high-speed, ultra-efficient trunking modems. The CDM-780 offers near theoretical performance with minimal implementation loss. The CDM-780 supports HTS, GEO, MEO and LEO mode operation with hitless antenna handover and satellite handover.More on CDM-780 >>CDM-760 Advanced High-Speed Trunking and Broadcast Modem


The modem includes ultra wide band symbol rates, near theoretical performance with minimal implementation loss, a variety of high efficiency MODCOD selections. Configurable as a true DVB-S2&S2X broadcast modulator, demodulator or Modem and supports HTS, GEO and MEO mode operation with hitless antenna handover and satellite handover.More on CDM-760 >>


The modem is our latest generation USARSTRAT WGS certified modem product targeted for critical commercial backhaul and government and military applications. It is fully compliant with MIL-STD-188-165A/B, complies with STANAG 4486 Edition 3, Annex E (EBEM) and supports FIPS 140-2 certified encryption. The SLM-5650B leverages the heritage and feature set of our very successful SLM-5650A modem. The SLM-5650B supports backwards compatibility / inter-operability for existing SLM-5650A networks while providing enhanced performance and new features.More on SLM-5650B >>SLM-5650C & SLM-5650C ODU CyberLynx Software Defined Modems


These are our latest generation modem solutions for government and military applications and small commercial SatCom terminals. Featuring extremely compact form factors and an extensive list of software options, the SLM-5650C & SLM-5650C ODU CyberLynx can be integrated with a variety of platforms and provide an upgrade path to support your future requirements.More on SLM-5650C & SLM-5650C ODU >>CDM-425 Advanced Satellite Modem


The modem offers the most popular and powerful features of the CDM-625A, with a smaller footprint and less power. Its Forward Error Correction options comprise 18 VersaFEC ModCods and 74 VersaFEC-2 ModCods, permitting the user to optimize for latency and coding gain for any link budget. It includes DoubleTalk Carrier-in-Carrier bandwidth compression, additional TX rolloffs and sophisticated packet processing capabilities.More on CDM-425 >>CDM-625A, CDM-625-EN & CDMER-625A Advanced Satellite Modems


The modem builds on our legacy of providing the most efficient and reliable satellite modems. With support for VersaFEC, the revolutionary DoubleTalk Carrier-in-Carrier bandwidth compression, additional rolloffs and advanced packet processing, the CDM-625A provides significant savings under all conditions. The CDM-625A-EN model supports AES data encryption for transmission security to prevent unauthorized access to data transmitted over the satellite link. The CDMER-625A is the Environmentally Resistant version of the CDM-625AMore on CDM-625A >>More on CDM-625A-EN >>More on CDMER-625A >>DMD1050TS L-Band Satellite Modem Board


The DMD1050TS is our latest generation modem board set targeted to critical government and military applications.More on DMD1050TS >>CDM-570A/L, CDM-570A/L-IP & CDM-570A/L-IPEN Satellite Modems


The Novelsat NS3000 is the fastest satellite modem achieving data rates of up to 716Mbps. It is also the modem which presents the most compelling ROI in the market. The NS3000 incorporates innovative NS3 state-of-the-art technology for satellite communication. It interfaces directly with IP infrastructure via a Gigabit Ethernet interface.


Using the NS3000, customers achieve the highest data rates of up to 716Mbps while reducing dish and HPA sizes and/or required satellite leased bandwidth. The NS3000 offers a fully Integrated IP solution incorporating routing capability. Further utilizationof allocated bandwidth can be accommodated using NovelSat optimized ACM mode. The NS3000 comes with IF/extended L-Band input/output interfaces and can support BUC and LNB, offering a compact and cost effective solution in a space-saving 1Upackage.


A satellite modem or satmodem is a modem used to establish data transfers using a communications satellite as a relay. A satellite modem's main function is to transform an input bitstream to a radio signal and vice versa.


There are some devices that include only a demodulator (and no modulator, thus only allowing data to be downloaded by satellite) that are also referred to as "satellite modems." These devices are used in satellite Internet access (in this case uploaded data is transferred through a conventional PSTN modem or an ADSL modem).


A satellite modem is not the only device needed to establish a communication channel. Other equipment that is essential for creating a satellite link include satellite antennas and frequency converters.


Data to be transmitted are transferred to a modem from data terminal equipment (e.g. a computer). The modem usually has intermediate frequency (IF) output (that is, 50-200 MHz), however, sometimes the signal is modulated directly to L band. In most cases, frequency has to be converted using an upconverter before amplification and transmission. 041b061a72


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