Multi-Orbit Satellite Connectivity

A Multi-Orbit

Satellite Connectivity

Shevon’s experience in satellite innovation over the years has taught us that governments, maritime, energy, and telcos have an extensive need for reliable satellite services. Our goal is to align the appropriate application with the suitable orbit, achieved through continuous innovation in both service and technology.

Reliable GEO

Geostationary Earth Orbit

35 786 KM from Earth

24hrs to orbit the earth

GEO Satellite Uses




Multi-point Distribution



No Inter- satellite handoff needed

Large satellite coverage

Only 3 Satellites are needed for Global Coverage

Ground station tracking is not required

KU- Band, C-Band Capability

High Throughput Satellite

Expansive Capacity available


Higher Latency 500 – 600ms

Very Few Data Gateways

Need for larger antennae

GEO satellites orbit the Earth at a fixed distance of 35,786 Km. The speed of the satellite at this distance matches the Earth’s Rotation, thereby keeping the satellite stationary over a particular point on the Earth. GEO supports voice, data, and video services usually providing service to a particular region. GEO typically provides coverage from 20 degrees north latitude to 20 degrees south latitude. Geostationary satellites orbit the Earth above the equator with a single satellite capable of providing coverage over approximately one-third of the Earth’s surface. Therefore GEO systems are known for their RELIABILITY and operational PREDICTABILITY.

Resilient MEO

Medium Earth Orbit

5 000 – 20 000KM from Earth

2 – 8hrs to orbit Earth

MEO Satellite Uses

Cruise Tracking

Government Naval

Offshore Platforms



Mobile Backhaul


Low Latency  150ms

Large Earth Coverage

High Throughput Satellite

Flexible Gateways

High Ne4twork Availability

Guaranteed Performance

Future proof

KA-Band and Multi-band Capabilities


Hourly Satellite Handover

700km coverage per beam

More satellites are needed for global coverage.

More recently, HTS MEO constellations have been deployed to deliver low-latency, high-bandwidth data connectivity to service providers, government agencies, and commercial enterprises.MEO satellites bring fibre-like performance to remote areas where laying fibre is not viable, such as cruise, commercial maritime, aero, offshore platforms, network backhaul in difficult terrain, and humanitarian relief operations.

Innovative LEO

Low Earth Orbit

500-1 200 KM from Earth

20-40mins to orbit the earth

LEO Satellite Uses


Business Broadband services


Rural area connection

Offshore connectivity


Data transfers


Low Latency 80ms

High Throughput satellite


Flexible gateways

Global Coverage

Multi-Band Connectivity

Future Proof

High satellite capacity


Satellite Handover every 10min

Thousands of satellites needed for global coverage

Small Earth coverage per satellite

Susceptible to weather conditions

LEOs are Earth-centered orbits with an altitude of 200-2000 Km above the surface of the Earth.  A satellite in an LEO completes around 16 orbits per day (80 minutes per orbit) which indicates that they move at an incredibly fast rate around the Earth. A low earth orbit satellite requires the lowest amount of energy and cost for launch and placement in the LEO due to its proximity to the earth’s surface. It provides high bandwidth and communication latency as it is the closest orbit to the Earth and its corresponding base stations on the surface.