Guest Post: Satellite connectivity is still a necessity for many islands in the Pacific with new technologies making them more relevant.
Guest Post: Researchers at the University of Auckland are simulating and measuring the bandwidth capacity of medium earth orbit and geostationary satellites, the results of which may surprise.
Guest Post: Does your satellite link have the right amount of queue capacity configured? If not, it may be suffering from bufferbloat.
Guest Post: Could UDP possibly be worse than small TCP flows? Could TCP be its own worst enemy?
Guest Post: Ulrich Speidel talks through the necessary validation checks to produce accurate results from the University of Auckland’s satellite Internet research.
How do shared satellite Internet links affect TCP connections?
Guest post: As part of a 2014 project supported by ISIF Asia and Internet NZ, we’ve been going to a number of satellite-connected islands in the Pacific on behalf of PICISOC to see whether we could make better use of their satellite links using network-coded TCP.