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Cobham Explorer 710 Portable Inmarsat BGAN Terminal
The all-new EXPLORER 710 provides on-demand streaming rates at 650 kbps out of the box. As the world's smallest Class 1 BGAN terminal and the first to take advantage of Inmarsat's new streaming service (High Data Rate), the EXPLORER 710 will deliver high-speed, ultra-portable satellite streaming for broadcasting and other IP-based industry applications. The EXPLORER 710 includes several advanced new features, including plug and play bonding - simply connect two EXPLORER 710's and double the throughput. A low-end VSAT capability in a portable BGAN form factor.
Continuing the tradition of technology leadership started when the EXPLORER team introduced its first BGAN terminal in 2005, EXPLORER 710 introduces several advanced new features. Uniquely, it has the ability to bond the signals from multiple EXPLORER 710 terminals via Ethernet to achieve IP streaming rates of 1 Mbps or even higher - closer to standard definition broadcast quality.
Bring your own device:
EXPLORER 710 also introduces Smart Phone apps to the world of BGAN connectivity, enabling users to wirelessly connect their own devices for voice calling and connectivity. It's light, compact, tough and incredibly reliable. It opens more possibilities for connecting devices, offering more flexibility. It's ultra-portable, so you can be set-up within minutes of arriving on scene.
EXPLORER Connect App
Use your smartphone / tablet to connect, monitor, control the terminal as well as turning your smartphone into a satellite phone. Make and receive calls from anyone. Download the iPhone or Android app. Make calls simultaneously with an Internet connection. Does not degrade Internet service since calls are connecting with a different "regional" beam.
The Explorer 540 M2M BGAN Terminal
As the world’s first BGAN M2M terminal designed to operate on both Inmarsat BGAN (Broadband Global Area Network) and cellular 2G/3G/LTE networks, EXPLORER 540 delivers always available connectivity for critical monitoring and control applications.
The BGAN M2M service uses Inmarsat BGAN to provide a reliable, global, two-way IP data service. It is designed to connect monitoring and control applications in remote, unmanned locations, providing visibility and management of those assets. By combining BGAN M2M with cellular connectivity in the same terminal, EXPLORER 540 gives users the opportunity to choose the best carrier for any location.
Dual Mode BGAN M2M
The EXPLORER 540 is the only Inmarsat BGAN M2M terminal to offer dual mode operation, which provides unique flexibility and M2M data communication cost-control, as it ensures the most cost- effective communication service can be chosen depending on location.
Securing continuity of M2M IP data transfer, which often originates in hard to reach, remote locations, dual-mode operation delivers significant failover capabilities with automatic switching between BGAN and cellular networks.
For organisations transferring critical real-time data within their M2M networks, EXPLORER 540’s dual mode can provide unmatched service availability. The terminal is well suited for bespoke M2M solutions such as IP SCADA for data backhaul, asset tracking, real-time surveillance and remote telemetry.
Designed for any environment
The EXPLORER 540 is a rugged M2M terminal designed to provide reliable and secure IP data in even the harshest environments. At 20 x 20 cm and just 1.6 kg, it is the smallest and lightest BGAN M2M terminal in the market today.
The durable casing and a dust and water resistant IP66 design makes EXPLORER 540 the perfect choice for any kind of fixed installation outside or inside.
EXPLORER 510 BGAN Terminal
Ultra-portable and easy to use, this lightweight BGAN terminal is a powerful next generation tool for field communication worldwide. EXPLORER 510 will be available in December 2014.
A new way to connect
EXPLORER 510 is focused on wireless connectivity. It harnesses the power of the new EXPLORER Connect App, which turns your Android and IOS smartphones and tablets into powerful satellite communications tools. When it comes to setting up you can be online in minutes using your own wireless devices. The USB host allows wired connections to the terminal and the optional EXPLORER LTE dongle, so you can use local cellular if available and switch to BGAN when needed.
Whether you're reporting the news, exploring for natural resources, doing commercial or government business or helping people in emergencies, EXPLORER 510's high quality voice and broadband up to 464 kbps offer the performance you need to carry out your work in the field. Regardless of location or environment, with EXPLORER 510 you can make and receive calls, use email, access the web, connect to your corporate network, stream video & audio, and harness the power of work specific IP applications to make sure you get the job done.
At 200mm x 200mm x 50mm, EXPLORER 510 is smaller than a standard laptop and weighs less than 1.4 kg. In fact, it's the smallest EXPLORER BGAN terminal ever but despite its compact size it delivers reliable communication in any conditions. Your ability to communicate and do your job will not weigh you down with EXPLORER 510. Its unique design makes it an ideal tool for field communication on its own, or as a companion alongside EXPLORER 710 or a semi-permanent EXPLORER VSAT terminal.
EXPLORER 510 draws from the established EXPLORER legacy, offering the same high-quality materials and manufacturing, but featuring a whole new design direction for this leading series of satellite terminals. Media, government, humanitarian and utility users know that EXPLORER terminals are designed and built to last. So whether you are helping people on the fault line, creating news on the frontline or measuring flow on a pipeline, you know you can rely on EXPLORER 510 to connect every time.
An external powered antenna is available to support long RF cable runs for temporary or permanent fixed-site installations. The Hughes 9211-HDR enables users to send and receive IP traffic via Ethernet and/or 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, including voice or fax via a standard telephone connection. It is all IP-based and offers Class 1 background IP or selectable, dedicated Quality of Service (QoS) levels.
Inmarsat’s BGAN HDR service network now offers new and higher streaming rates. The Hughes 9211-HDR supports the highest streaming rates available (above 650 kbps) for transmitting video and other critical data from the field. Asymmetric streaming rates are supported, enabling users to better tailor the service to their individual preferences and minimize cost.
Low Profile BGAN (LPB) Terminal
LPB, the world’s first lay flat BGAN antenna, with exceptionally low power consumption for off-the-grid installations
The Hughes Low Profile BGAN (LPB) modem and antenna provide the user with reliable, remotely controllable satellite connectivity over the Inmarsat BGAN network. The LPB modem delivers exceptional low power consumption (< 1 W idle) for off-the-grid installations. Both modem and antenna are IP-67 rated for outdoor use and can also be installed below ground-surface for inconspicuous operation. A thin layer of dry, non-metallic material over the antenna is permissible during TX/RX operation.
The Cobham Explorer 727 In-Motion BGAN Terminal
A high speed on-the-move BGAN terminal
The EXPLORER 727 is a high-speed, vehicular broadband system. It consists of three fully integrated units – a transceiver, an IP handset and a roof mountable antenna.
Live media broadcast, defense or humanitarian operations requires communication equipment that you can always rely on. With the EXPLORER 727 you get the most comprehensive and best in class Mobile Communication Hub.
Comprehensive communcation hub for vehicles
The antenna automatically tracks satellite positions enabling high-speed connectivity while on-the-move. Simultaneous 432 kbps data and phone calls – even at speeds in excess of 200 km/h.
lace the antenna on the roof of your vehicle to turn it into a complete mobile communication hub. Provides access to the internet and phone networks instantly.
Live streaming - or store-and-forward
Facilitates both live streaming and store-and- forward and enables direct transmissions from the hot spots of the world. Utilize the highest streaming rates available on BGAN with BGAN X-Stream when the terminal is standing still (on-the-pause).
Hughes 9502 M2M BGAN Satellite Terminal
All-IP Based Machine-To-Machine (M2M) BGAN Terminal
The Hughes 9502 BGAN Terminal with custom NEMA enclosure is a fixed site, real time, high-speed satellite terminal, uses the BGAN M2M service, and was designed for remote M2M or SCADA monitoring and control. The new M2M service does not bill for overhead data related to establishing or reestablishing a connection to the BGAN satellite network, keeping service costs extremely lower than traditional BGAN services for low-bandwidth applications. GIT Satellite's custom NEMA enclosure and the always on and keep alive options are absolutely perfect for low-power, remote device monitoring and control or M2M communication.
Hughes 9502 Features:
The world's most advanced, all-IP, BGAN machine-to-machine satellite terminal with integrated antenna and highest IP-66 ingress protection industry rating for outdoor installation.
Introduced as an alternative to the external antenna version of the 9502, this product integrates the 9502 modem with a compact antenna to create a single-piece, integrated, rugged terminal to withstand the most extreme weather conditions. Providing reliable IP connectivity over the Inmarsat Broadband Global Area Network (BGAN), it includes backup and out-of-band management to primary site communications—ideal for SCADA and unattended sites equipped for machine-to-machine (M2M) applications such as environmental monitoring, SmartGrid, pipeline monitoring/control, compressor monitoring/control, well site automation and surveillance.
Broadband satellite IP terminal and WLAN (Wi-Fi Hot Spot) access point
Imagine connecting at IP broadband rates of up to 400+ kbps (depending on look angle) transmit and receive while on the move—with a complete mobile communications package including a broadband satellite IP terminal and tracking antenna. That’s exactly what you get with the breakthrough Hughes 9350 mobile satellite terminal. Fully approved for operation on Inmarsat’s global BGAN satellite service, the Hughes 9350 offers high-performance connectivity on the move for the most demanding environments.
The Hughes 9350 is ideal for emergency responders, reporters, and mobile workers who need reliable, high-speed connectivity on the move, such as:
Collaborate with staff back at headquarters using video, voice, and data simultaneously. Create a wireless hot spot for team members on the scene using the built-in Wi-Fi Access Point. The Hughes 9350 is IP compatible and offers selectable, dedicated Quality of Service levels. And it’s easy to install on any vehicle—the compact tracking antenna is packaged with a magnetic roof mount and a single cable connection.
The Hughes 9350 allows you to send and receive IP packet data via Ethernet and WLAN interfaces in a land-vehicular application. In parallel with the packet data services, the same terminal supports a circuit switched voice call or a 64 kbps ISDN data call.
Note: This cable length can be changed, but the maximum loss must be less than 10 dB at 1.6 GHz.
*Data rate performance can vary depending upon moving conditions and obstruction of satellite signal.
The VRT-100 from ViaSat is the only fully ruggedized portable satellite Broadband Global Area Network (BGAN) Inmarsat terminal designed for high-speed communications off the beaten path. The terminal delivers IP connectivity at speeds up to 422 kbps in a form factor that is highly ruggedized, man-portable, and vehicular rack-mountable. For vehicular use, the terminal sits in a mounting tray which permits operation while charging the battery. Easily dismounted, the terminal can also be used while still in the backpack. The detachable antenna can be operated remotely up to several hundred feet, if necessary, and the detachable front control module enables terminal operation while still on the user’s back.
The rugged, portable VRT-100 brings the IP advantage to your jobs in very demanding environments, delivering portable, high-speed internet access that operates with Inmarsat’s service on the new Inmarsat-4 satellite. This rugged terminal offers a full range of data and legacy voice services to the user.
This rugged, mobile BGAN terminal extends your network infrastructure to deployed users, enabling the entire workforce to be fully networked. Ready for use wherever and whenever, this terminal interfaces with IP devices to quickly create a fully IP-based, networked environment.
Cobham (T&T) EXPLORER 325 System, white antenna
The compact Cobham EXPLORER 325 is a BGAN satellite modem and antenna that can be used for mobile applications. This solution includes a transceiver with 2 Ethernet Ports, 1 Phone port, an IP hand-set phone, a 13.7” antenna that can be magnetically mounted to the roof, a 2.7m antenna cable, a 2m Ethernet cable, 1m DC power-cable as well as a Quick start guide, a user’s manual and an installation manual on CD.
The plug and play installation allows for quick and easy set up. The EXPLORER 325 provides broadband internet speeds up to 384 Kbps background IP and up to 128 Kbps streaming while in-motion, allowing you to be online anywhere and anytime.
The EXPLORER BGAN Push-To-Talk (PTT)
EXPLORER Push-To-Talk (PTT) is a rugged voice dispatch and communication system. It is a cost effective, IP based voice and data communication system designed to replace VHF/UHF based trunk radio systems widely used in the field service, search and rescue, utility, mining and Oil & Gas sectors. The system extends classical Push–To-Talk capabilities to hybrid data networks such as terrestrial 2G/3G/GPRS networks where available supplemented by the Inmarsat BGAN satellite network where no terrestrial network coverage is present. With no user intervention required the system automatically routes voice and data traffic via the least expensive network available.
The EXPLORER PTT solution is the result of 1½ years of field evaluation. The customer, a South American electricity distribution company covering 66.000 miles of distribution lines and a concessional area of 120.000 square kilometers were facing a communication challenge. They were using a traditional VHF trunk radio system provided by an infrastructure of 180 VHF towers with combined satellite and land line backhaul to the dispatch center. The mobile work force consisted of 500+ field engineers maintaining the power grid and serving subscribers on a daily basis. Faced with high infrastructure maintenance costs, poor VHF voice quality and limited coverage the company was looking for an alternative. They were looking for a cost efficient, simple and user friendly communication solution with a PTT/VHF user experience and with improved voice quality, support of data connectivity as well as expanded coverage.
The Push-To-Talk Solution
The EXPLORER PTT solution solved the majority of the built-in challenges of the previous VHF system.
Smallest Class11 BGAN tracking antenna available. Customers can now connect at IP broadband speeds of up to 464 kbps while on-the-move using the world’s smallest mobile BGAN terminal—the Hughes 9450-C11. The Hughes 9450-C11 terminal is fully approved for operation on Inmarsat’s Broadband Global Area Network (BGAN) satellite service and provides high-performance, on-the-move connectivity for the most demanding environments.
The Hughes 9450-C11 is a budget-friendly and highly competitive mobile terminal, ideal for government, first responders, public safety, mobile healthcare, and remote mobile fleet personnel in industries such as utility, oil and gas, forestry, cable, and telecommunications. Corporate disaster planners and remote field personnel can collaborate reliably and efficiently with various agencies and headquarters staff using video, voice, and data simultaneously. As with all Hughes BGAN models, the Hughes 9450-C11 includes a built-in Wi-Fi access point. The Hughes 9450-C11 terminal is IP-based and offers selectable, dedicated Quality of Service (QoS) levels.
Simple, quick, and flexible options are available for installation on any vehicle. The mini-antenna may be permanently mounted for fleet-style installation or the optional magnetic roof mount can be used for rapid installation and removal. The antenna includes a single, 8 meter RF cable connection. The Hughes 9450-C11 terminal also has four (4) Ethernet ports with Power over Ethernet (PoE) that allow the user to connect multiple devices. The terminal supports analog and ISDN circuit-switched voice calls, along with fax and 64 kbps ISDN data
Fully autonomous tracking antenna acquires and tracks the BGAN satellite signal while on-the-move
Simultaneous use of Ethernet and WLAN for IP data plus RJ-11 or ISDN for voice
Four Power over Ethernet (PoE) ports
Built-in WLAN access point
Two RJ-11 ports; one each for voice and fax
Internal Web User Interface (UI) for configuration and control without the use of LaunchPad
Web MMI is accessible via Wi-Fi-enabled smart phones
Auto context activation feature allows data connections to be activated without user action
Multi-user capability (up to 11 simultaneous sessions)
Up to 464 kbps shared data rate and 128 kbps streaming IP
Selectable Quality of Service (32 kbps, 64 kbps, 128 kbps)
Circuit-switched services: speech (4 kbps), 3.1 kHz audio (64 kbps), ISDN data (64 kbps)*
*3.1 kHz audio and 64 kbps ISDN data are network limited to look angles above 45 degree
Hughes 9450 Mobile Satellite Terminal
Tracking antenna, 8 meter RF cable, and power cable (magnetic mounts are optional)
User Guide and Installation Guide (see BGAN.Hughes.com for PDFs)
The sleek Hughes 9202 Land Portable Terminal is the smallest Class 2 satellite modem. This low-cost satellite terminal 9202 is designed for the Inmarsat BGAN satellite service with speeds up to 494 kbps.
The Hughes 9202 operates over the Inmarsat Broadband Global Area Network (BGAN) satellite service and provides high-performance connectivity and reliability for the most demanding users and extreme conditions.
The IP-based Hughes 9202 features benefits such as built-in multi-user Wi-Fi access and automatic context activation (ACA), and SMS messaging via the integrated user interface (IUI) without a connected laptop, smart phone, or other user device. This modem also allows concurrent usage of packet data while making a voice call or initiating a dial-up/ circuit-switched data session.
SAILOR 250 FleetBroadband
Compact system designed to provide performance and power at the right price point for a wide variety of vessel types.
With data speeds up to 284 kbps from an antenna diameter less than 30 cm, which weighs just 5 kg, SAILOR 250 FleetBroadband is the perfect balance between form and function.
Easy installation and the ability to provide affordable, high-speed access to internet/intranet and email, with voice calling and data simultaneously ensures professional communication possibilities for any vessel.
Connected, wherever you are
SAILOR 250 FleetBroadband harnesses the power of global broadband at sea making IP communication a cost-effective reality, anywhere in the world. You can provide the means for crew to keep in touch with friends and family whilst reducing operational costs by improving vessel efficiency with reliable data and voice communication.
Thrane IP Handset - high quality voice
SAILOR 250 FleetBroadband can be transformed into a highly flexible multi-station voice solution, without the need for a separate PABX, simply by adding additional Thrane IP Handsets.
With its intuitive user interface on a 2.2" TFT colour screen and state-of-the-art echo canceller and noise suppression software for excellent call clarity, you can add up to 16 rugged plug-and-play handsets anywhere on a vessel.