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The Northern Lights Prepaid plan is designed for Iridium satellite users who primarily make calls from Alaska and Canada to the USA and Canada. This special prepaid package includes 200 minutes with a 6 month expiration.
GIT X-TrackTM provides a tracking solution for Iridium-based GPS tracking devices (Iridium Extreme 9575, GIT Satellite's GAT100, MetOcean buoys and NAL Research's Shout Nano) as well as Globalstar SmartOne and SX1 devices. Location information sent from any supported device is stored and displayed on-demand on any web-enabled computer or mobile device. GIT X-TrackTM recognizes alert conditions sent from devices, highlighting devices in alert status. Incoming alerts are displayed on every GIT X-TrackTM screen, and can be directed to other devices via an email notification. (Cost Per Month)
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Iridium Certus℠ will leverage the enhanced infrastructure, capacity and capabilities of Iridium NEXT to deliver reliable, versatile enterprise-grade mobile satellite broadband communications — anywhere on the planet.
Demand for satellite broadband is rapidly expanding. Revenue is forecasted to triple to over $5 billion annually over the next decade, with the L-band opportunity comprising one-third.
As a standalone or complementary solution, Iridium Certus broadband will offer a best-in-class combination of network throughput, superior coverage and quality, value and smaller form factors — allowing it to truly compete in the broadband market.
With expected speeds as high as 1.4 megabits per second for a single user terminal after Iridium NEXT deployment is completed, Iridium Certus is being built to support an innovative portfolio of partner products and satisfy a wide-ranging set of aviation, maritime and land mobile communication needs.
Iridium Certus will be a highly capable, scalable and flexible platform designed to meet critical connectivity needs worldwide and reset all expectations in profitable markets others cannot or choose not to develop.
Iridium Certus will deliver the network availability, continuity, longevity and low latency required to meet even the strict demands of maritime and aviation safety services, and will support best-in-class partner products long into the future.
Iridium® stands alone as the only truly pole-to-pole global network, positioning Iridium Certus as the preeminent broadband service on the global scale.
Iridium Short Burst Data SBD Service
Iridium SBD is a simple and efficient network transport capability for transmitting short data messages between equipment and centralized host computer systems. It is integrated by Iridium’s Value Added Resellers into vertical market applications in industries such as Oil & Gas, Rail, Maritime, Aeronautical, Utilities and Government/Military.
The elements of the Iridium end-to-end SBD architecture are the Field Application (FA), the Iridium Subscriber Unit (ISU), the Iridium satellite constellation, the Gateway SBD Subsystem (GSS) located at the Iridium gateway, the Internet, and the Vendor Application (VA.) The interface between the FA and the ISU is a serial connection with extended proprietary AT commands. The interface is used to load and retrieve messages between the ISU and the Field Application.
Remote Applications send Mobile Originated SBD (MO-SBD) messages from an Iridium 9522 L-Band Transceiver (LBT). The application microcontroller or microprocessor communicates with the LBT via AT commands over an RS232 connection. The application loads the message into the LBT and instructs it to send the message, which traverses the Iridium satellite network via inter-satellite links to reach the Iridium Gateway. From there, the message is transferred to the Internet and onto a Value Added Reseller’s host computer system where it is stored in a database for further data processing.
Mobile Terminated SBD (MT-SBD) messages are sent to the Iridium Gateway via the Internet from the Value Added Reseller’s host computer system.
The maximum length of a MO-SBD message is 1960 bytes. The maximum length of a MT-SBD message is 1890 bytes. Global network transmit latency for message delivery ranges from 5 seconds for messages of 70 bytes to approximately 20 seconds for maximum length messages. (Additional latency may occur across the Internet.)
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Iridium Plus 1 Access Service
+1 Access service provides Iridium postpaid subscribers with a U.S. +1 phone number in addition to their existing 8816 phone number. +1 Access can be added to any Iridium postpaid account.
+1 Access service is similar in concept to two-stage but doesn't require any user intervention. Each +1 number is directly mapped in the switch to an accompanying 8816 number. When a call is received via +1, the system identifies the correct MSISDN and routes the call to the Iridium user. The process is seamless, but there will be a slight delay prior to call connection - as is currently experienced with two-stage.
+1 Access enables simpler and less expensive voice calling of Iridium subscribers. The service carries a low monthly fee and a price-per-minute for inbound calls that is slightly higher than that of Iridium’s existing two-stage dialing service. Pricing for outbound calls remains unchanged.
Iridium subscribers will gain from the added convenience of having a U.S. phone number linked to their Iridium phone.
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