Project Loon PPT | PDF Report Free To Download: The Internet is a very big global network which has a staggering amount of data about every imaginable topic. This modern invention has transformed the face of the planet; most of the population in the western countries takes the internet for granted. Though the internet is spreading with a high speed, there is still 2/3 of the population who are away with it. To overcome this problem, project loon was started and this works on the access of internet to everyone.

## Project Loon PPT | PDF Report

The access of internet and the worldwide wireless network is made possible to everyone by availing the balloons which are powered by solar energy and these balloons are placed at the stratosphere. The problem is to figure out that how many balloons do we need to cover every part of the earth and it is said that a radius of 40km is covered by each balloon. This research project is being advanced by Google and this project is constructed in order to furnish to furnish internet access to everyone including the people living in the isolated areas.

The Loon:

Loon is a huge balloon filled with helium gas. The outer part f the balloon is made up of polyethylene sheets and this makes the balloon stronger and the balloon withstand even in the harsh climatic conditions of the stratosphere. Under the envelope of the balloon, it has a tiny box which has all the required electronic equipment of the loon. The types of equipment contained in the small box are as follows:

• Circuit boards which control the system
• Radio antennas to communicate with other balloons
• Radio antennas to communicate with antennas of the internet on the ground
• Batteries for storing or saving solar energy

Working of the Balloons:

The balloons are sent up into the stratosphere up to a range of 20km, the software helps to move the balloon into the right position. Every balloon beams a connection of internet to the antennas which are present on the ground. The below diagram shows the position of balloons above the earth:

Fig1: Position of Balloons above the Earth

Content of the Seminar and PDF Report for Project Loon PPT

• The Loon technology
• The Loon Design
• How Loon moves?
• How Loon connects?
• The Pilot Test
• Engineering Challenges