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Can the satellite signal reception be affected by the weather ?

No. Clouds, wind, rain, storm, none of this affects the satellite broadband Internet connection.
The Tooway antenna can provide an Internet connection even under 20 cm of snow.
Tooway™ also automatically reacts to the signal loss of power due to heavy rain with a power increase on the uplink and data adaptive coding techniques (adaptive coding and modulation, ACM) that compensate for possible interruptions while optimizing the satellite transponder bandwidth use.
This device makes the Tooway™ network far more reliable than other two-way satellite services offered in Europe.
Only exceptionally bad weather conditions may disrupt the Tooway satellite transmission.

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