Form Follows Signal

Tensions have risen between major Geostationary competitors. State sovereignty has formed through a frantic space-grab. Amidst its deregulation, state-backed space agencies have fought to form their territory in Outer Space. NASA deploy a fleet of Robotic Servicing Crafts to maintain their dominion whilst the ESA introduce hypersonic weaponry; all under the watchful eyes of ETREP's Satellite Space Station positioned at the longitudinal drift stable equilibrium point 75.3 East.

As signal becomes a resource on land, competition for geostationary orbit increases. The abolition of the International Telecommunications Union has allowed for the deregulation of this territory. Form follows signal in an architecture of stacked telecommunication port access points and data server farms. Teletowers utilise multiple dishes to access the full range of received ETREP's signal.