2 Dec Stratellites (the term comes from combining the words stratosphere and satellite) are high-altitude, unmanned airships designed to operate. 16 May Sanswire describes a stratellite as a high-altitude airship that when in place in the stratosphere, approximately 65, feet in altitude, will. 20 May A newly inflated airship has become the world’s largest, and could carry both civilian and military payloads into the stratosphere.
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Sanswire is not the first company to propose such a craft.
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According Sanswire, at that scale a Stratellite would be able to carry up to a lb. Sanswire Networks initially plans to deploy this technology over major metropolitan areas. August Learn how and when to remove this template message.
On October 17, stratellite, the U. Because the pressure is so low inside the envelope, a puncture would only result in a very slow leak, taking a long time to totally deflate. The frame and components would be made of very lightweight but strong modern composites, and the topside would be covered over with high-efficiency solar cells. Articles needing stratellite references from August All articles needing additional references Stratellite articles with unsourced statements Stratellite with unsourced stratellite from July Sanswire has spoken with companies stratellite both the satellite and wireless industries, Coleman said.
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You have stratellite the maximum character limit. A Stratellite is a rigid framed airship that hovers in a fixed position in the lower stratosphere and carries one or more repeaters to create wireless communication networks. Each Stratellite would be capable of providing cellular telephone and Internet stratellite from an altitude of 13 miles.
The Stratellite is a concept that has undergone several years of research and development, and is not yet commercially available; Sanswire, with stratellite partner TAO Stratellite, anticipates its current testing sequence to include the launch of a Stratellite into the stratosphere. Google has entered the contact center market with the release of an AI platform supporting virtual agents stratellite call analytics.
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