Starlink Study Reveals Mind-Boggling Facts About Service Outages

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An illustration of Starlink, a fleet of internet-providing satellites that may one day surround the world. Mark Handley/University College LondonReturn to The Florida Pilot

Starlink Service Outages: Space Exploration Technologies Corp.’s (SpaceX) Starlink satellite internet constellation was the center of a detailed study last month, conducted by the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences in Vienna. The study covers several areas of Starlink’s performance, such as its download speeds, latency and the ability to stream video continuously. Its results reveal that the internet service delivers an average download speed of 170 Mbps and a top download speed of 330 Mbps. Additionally, Starlink also demonstrates latencies as high as two seconds and dipping below 30 milliseconds reveals Carinthia’s ROADMAP 5G research group, which aims to study emerging technologies in the era of fifth-generation (5G) cellular internet connectivity. Read more

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The user terminal used in the tests at the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences in Vienna. Image: Starlink Analysis/ROADMAP-5G at the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences (CUAS) Read more
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A box plot of Starlink’s download speeds was measured over seven hours by the researchers. Image: Starlink Analysis/ROADMAP-5G at the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences (CUAS) Read more

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