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The only alternative is NxCore, but it is still too pricey. All other feeds would not work. Can you just list all the realtime exchanges still available on satellite?


It seems like DTN satellite feed has been trimmed down over last few years.
What is still available as far as realtime equities/futures, their options, and
specific exchanges.


DTN announced removing of Equity/Index Options and NASDAQ Level II data from satellite systems. What options data was exactly removed? I suppose the quotes for options were removed because they generate so much data. What about the actual trades for options, are they removed too? What about the end-of-day data like closing price, volume, or outstanding interest for each option symbol?


Your 460kb (I assume Kbits/sec) is the speed you saw on your connection between DTN Receiver and your PC. I was asking about the satellite link (between DTN Transmitter in Nebraska to a satellite and down to your DTN Receiver) where DTN uses totally different format using compressing (the data on your serial link is decompressed and in different format). Secondly, DTN sends *ALL* its DTN RT trading data through its satellite link, and your serial link had only the data you subscribed to. Also, I asked about the maximum capacity of the link and not what you could see at any particular moment.


Just to clarify, I meant to say the maximum bandwidth and not what is actually transmitted which may depend on a given day or given instance.


Does anybody know what is the total bandwidth (in bits/sec) of the DTN satellite link for
transmitting all trading data, e.g. trades/quotes for all equities, options, futures, indexes, forex, etc?? That is all trading data less anything like weather info not directly related to trading.


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