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More Info on Our HughesNET Gen 5 Sat System

Projects > HughesNET Gen 5 Satellite Internet  – I added more information on our new portable satellite system

Also, planning a major update to the Satellite Internet for RVers section over the next week. Watch for details.

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  1. Al Morgan #

    Following with interest, I contemplated buying this system last April but decided to hold off until at least the fall.
    According to what I read and the spot beam charts, you should be able to venture into southern Canada and probably almost all of Alberta and receive a signal – as far as I know there is no way to use a Canadian address, so provided you have access to a U.S. location close to the border (which I have, (northern Idaho) I should be able to be operational.
    It’s important to us as we venture north into Alberta quite frequently, do you have any information on this? Of course if you don’t venture north it may be of little interest to you, but it’s an interesting point somewhat akin to “how far can we get Dish or Directv across the border” type of questions in the past.
    Anyway, you are very informative and I enjoy your articles.

    July 8, 2018
    • Even though HughesNET Gen 5 dishes (.90M & .98M) are big, I don’t think you’ll get very far into Canada with a usable signal.

      July 9, 2018
      • Actually the spot beam you showed covers the area we generally go to though just barely.

        July 9, 2018

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