Yes, but only if the recievers is inside of the footprint of the satellite or land station. In the US for instance, you should be able to get a signal in areas of Canada and Mexico close to the US border. Worldspace Satellite Radio can be used in a variety of countries in Asia and Africa. All you need is the Worldspace radio itself.
You should be able to. I have a 2005 ford focus zx3 that uses xm satellite radio, which was bought at Best buy then I had them install it. It goes through the radio, so you choose which station on the satellite then match it up on your radio. If you do install it on your own, make sure you know what you're doing ^^
Does the satellite receive a signal from the satellite radio to gather information about how many people are tuning into a particular station?
A satellite radio receiver (for example, Siirus or XM) does NOT have any capability of transmitting data back to the transmitting satellite(s). It is a one-way system. The service provider has no way of knowing which channels are being tuned in by how many people except by polling their customers directly.
No, they do not which is pretty unfortunate because I was looking for the same thing... 1. What is SIRIUS? SIRIUS is a service offering over 130 channels of satellite radio featuring digital-quality music, sports, news and entertainment programming when and where you want it. We use three satellites to broadcast over 130 channels of satellite radio to listeners throughout the continental US and Canada.