By incorporating a diverse variety of distribution platforms, Global Broadband Corporation
has a solution for the distribution of wireless broadband to accommodate virtually
every possible geographical and environmental condition on earth.  


Tower-based systems are still the most cost-effective wireless broadband delivery system available. Where time permits, or towers are already in existence, these systems can be employed for deployment of wireless broadband for ranges up to 50 miles or more per tower, allowing extensive coverage at a relatively low-cost for high-speed broadband delivery systems.

Tower-based systems also provide lower operation and maintenance costs over the life of a wireless broadband system and are conducive to densely populated areas where aircraft may not be as cost-effective.


Containerized broadband solutions allow for rapid deployment under virtually any conditions.  These systems are designed for both short and long-term use and are well-suited for emergency broadband applications for use after natural disasters where there is no access to power or fiber cable.

These Global Broadband containerized solutions come in a customized 20 foot shipping container that are impervious to the elements and can be trucked or airlifted into position in a matter of hours.  


These units are also solar powered and can be chained together to accommodate the appropriate user density and capacity requirements.


Satellite-based broadband systems have evolved over the last 10 years from low-speed, high-latency systems to now be able to compete with land-based systems in extremely remote locations.​  Our wireless technology takes these satellite systems to the next level by extending their reach, user density, and speed over any terrain and in any environment.  Whether in Antartica or the Sahara Desert, our systems have been able to provide broadband coverage where no other system has been successful.

These new satellite internet services allow users to not only do usual web browsing, but also allows for streaming movies and TV (using NetFlix, for instance) and high speed (or fast-twitch) online gaming. Previously these feats were unthinkable.


Most satellites, the International Space Station, the Space Shuttle, and the Hubble Space Telescope are all in Low Earth Orbit (commonly called "LEO").  The goal of this non-geostationary satellite orbit (NGSO) technology is to provide global, high-speed broadband service—and its use case is particularly compelling in remote and hard-to-serve areas.


Today's satellite ISPs have average latencies of 600ms or more, according to FCC measurements, with satellites orbiting the Earth at about 35,400km.  By contrast, LEO satellites would orbit at altitudes of about 1,200km would have latencies of around 30ms, just a bit higher than typical cable systems, with speeds of approximately 50Mbps.


The pinnacle of our aerial wireless delivery system is a proprietary high-altitude, long-range, single-engine jet that we have developed for the exclusive purpose of deploying high-speed broadband in any location on earth in a matter of  days.

These aircraft have the ability to be shipped in cargo containers for military ISR applications or in times of natural disasters for quick and easy deployment of broadband systems where no other system can be put into service.

These aircraft are also the most fuel-efficient and have the lowest hourly cost of any aircraft used for wireless broadband implementation. 


Turbo-prop aircraft provide us with the ability to deploy and implement wireless broadband systems in virtually any country on earth in a very short amount of time. 


Using either existing aircraft in-country or delivery aircraft from nearby countries lowers the cost of implementation and decreases the time of the deployment.

The implementation of turbo-prop aircraft also provides the largest selection of available commercial pilots worldwide with the least amount of training required to enable our wireless broadband systems to be up and running in a matter of days.


High-altitude aerostats represent the most significant development in aerial broadband delivery systems in the last 20 years. Using highly-advanced proprietary aerostats with a patented airfoil design allows these aerostats to be deployed and maintained in virtually any weather for long term coverage.

Where most modern aerostats have a maximum sustained wind velocity of 35mph, these new aerostats can withstand a maximum wind velocity of over 75mph, thereby providing the best wireless aerial broadband delivery system in existence today for border security, ISR, and offshore applications. The range can also be extended significantly, while also lowering the implementation and operational costs, by incorporating aircraft into the delivery system.


Piston diesel aircraft provide the lowest-cost aerial solution of any aircraft in our fleet. Using state-of-the-art modern diesel powered single and twin-engine aircraft also allows us to operate in virtually any country on Jet-A aircraft fuel​.

Having the lowest cost of operation, combined with the highest availability of fuel provides an economical wireless broadband solution that is attractive for both short-term and long-term applications in a variety of locations and environments around the world.  


The availability of pilots is also quite large, even more than commercial turbo-prop pilots, allowing even lower operation costs.