High Throughput Satellite Information
A large footprint of the traditional FSS (Fixed Satellite Service) satellite is a wide beam over a large geographical area (continental region) and based on frequency. Only this frequency will not be able to be used again by this satellite anywhere else in this geographical area, otherwise interference will occur.
Instead, through state-of-the-art antenna technology and spot beam antennas and ultra wideband transponders, a high-speed HTS (High Throughput Satellite) satellite provides footprint, which is a bundle of spots. Many beams (up to thousands) cover many small geographical areas through the use of frequency reuse, as used in GSM mobile networks. Each beam bundle uses a different frequency according to a pattern, ensuring that there is no interference between the bundles.
As a result, for spectrum allocated in the same allocated orbit spectrum, HTS satellite information provides higher spectral efficiency, stronger signal strength, and higher velocity. Than compared to FSS.