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© Inmarsat Global Limited (June 2007) BGAN satellite terminals BGAN Global Voice & Broadband data
© Inmarsat Global Limited (June 2007) The range of Mobile BGAN devices Manufacturer Environmental Tolerance Data interfaces Voice ISDN Streaming IP Standard IP up to Weight Size IP 52 terminal IP 66 antenna USB, Bluetooth, Ethernet; WLAN 802.11, Digital I/O 2x RJ11 or Bluetooth handset; 3.1kHz audio 32, 64, 128, 256kbps 492/492kbps 3.2 Kg 290 x 399 mm Thrane & Thrane Model IP 54 Bluetooth, Ethernet RJ11 or Bluetooth handset/headset n/a 32, 64kbps 384/240kbps 1.61 Kg 259 x 195 mm Addvalue Wideye Sabre™ 1 IP 44 Bluetooth, Ethernet RJ45 or Bluetooth handset n/a 32, 64kbps 384/240kbps <1 Kg 200 x 150 mm Thrane & Thrane Explorer® 110 Hughes IP 55 USB, Ethernet, 802.11b WiFi ISDN handset; RJ-11; 3.1kHz audio 1 x 64kbps 32, 64, 128, 256kbps 492/492kbps 2.8 Kg 345 x 275 mm HNS 9201Explorer® 700 IP 54 USB, Bluetooth, Ethernet RJ11 or Bluetooth handset; 3.1kHz audio Via USB 32, 64, 128kbps 464/448kbps <1.5 Kg 217 x 217 mm Thrane & Thrane Explorer® 500 2 x 64kbps IP 54 Bluetooth, Ethernet RJ11 or Bluetooth handset; 3.1kHz audio n/a 32, 64kbps 384/240kbps 1.4 Kg Thrane & Thrane Explorer® 300 217 x 168 mm
© Inmarsat Global Limited (June 2007) Size259x 195 x 58 mm Weight1.61 Kg Standard IP ServiceUp to 384/240kbps (receive/send) Streaming IP service32, 64kbps (send & receive) ISDNn/a VoiceVia RJ11 or Bluetooth handset/headset Data interfacesBluetooth, Ethernet Environmental ToleranceIP 54 Target marketsMobile use / back-up communications Voice & data, entry-level device Sabre™ I
© Inmarsat Global Limited (June 2007) Smallest, lightest device of the range Explorer® 110 Size200 x 150 x 45 mm Weight<1 Kg Standard IP ServiceUp to 384/240kbps (receive/send) Streaming IP service32, 64kbps (send & receive) ISDNn/a VoiceVia RJ45 or Bluetooth handset Data interfacesBluetooth, Ethernet Environmental ToleranceIP 44 Target marketsMobile use
© Inmarsat Global Limited (June 2007) Size168 x 217 x 52 mm Weight1.4 Kg Standard IP ServiceUp to 384/240kbps (receive/send) Streaming IP service32, 64kbps (send & receive) ISDNn/a Voice Via RJ11 or Bluetooth headset/handset ; 3.1khz audio Data interfacesBluetooth, Ethernet Environmental ToleranceIP 54 Target marketsMobile use Highly compact, robust device EXPLORER® 300
© Inmarsat Global Limited (June 2007) Size217 x 217 x 52 mm Weight<1.5 Kg Standard IP ServiceUp to 464/448kbps (receive/send) Streaming IP service32, 64, 128kbps (send & receive) ISDNVia USB Voice Via RJ11 or Bluetooth handset ; 3.1khz audio Data interfacesUSB, Bluetooth, Ethernet Environmental ToleranceIP 54 Target marketsMobile use / semi-fixed use High bandwidth, highly portable device EXPLORER® 500
© Inmarsat Global Limited (June 2007) Size345 x 275 x 50 mm Weight2.8 Kg Standard IP ServiceUp to 492kbps (send/receive) Streaming IP service32, 64, 128, 256kbps (send & receive) ISDN1 x 64kbps VoiceVia ISDN handset, RJ-11, 3.1kHz audio Data interfacesUSB, Ethernet, WLAN 802.11b Environmental ToleranceIP 55 Target marketsMobile / semi-fixed / fixed use High bandwidth, multi-user device HNS 9201
© Inmarsat Global Limited (June 2007) Size290 x 399 x 51 mm Weight3.2 Kg Standard IP ServiceUp to 492/492kbps (receive/send) Streaming IP service32, 64, 128, 256kbps (send & receive) ISDN2 x 64kbps Voice Via RJ11 (x2) or Bluetooth handset ; 3.1khz audio Data interfacesUSB, Bluetooth, Ethernet (x2), WLAN 802.11g, Digital I/O (x2) Environmental ToleranceIP 52 (transceiver), IP 66 (antenna) Target marketsMobile / semi-fixed / fixed use Multi-user device with extensive functionality EXPLORER® 700
© Inmarsat Global Limited (June 2007) The range of Vehicular BGAN devices Manufacturer Environmental Tolerance Data interfaces Voice ISDN Streaming IP Standard IP up to Weight Size Thrane & Thrane Model Explorer® 527 IP 56 antenna Bluetooth, Ethernet 3.1kHz, 2-wire phone/fax n/a 464/448kbps ~3 Kg Terminal ~4 Kg Antenna 403 x 483 x 44 terminal 477 x 150 antenna 32, 64, 128kbps Hugues HNS 9250 IP 56 antenna Ethernet, ISDN, WLAN 3.1kHz, Via ISDN handset 1x 64kbps Up to 464kbps (send/receive) ~2.8 Kg Terminal ~5.5 Kg Antenna 275 x 345 x 50 terminal* 477 x 153 antenna 32, 64, 128kbps* *New version to be launched Q3 2007 with streaming up to 256kbps
© Inmarsat Global Limited (June 2007) Size403x 483x 44 terminal 477x 150 antenna Weight~3 Kg terminal ~4 Kg antenna Standard IP ServiceUp to 464/448kbps (receive/send) Streaming IP service32, 64k, 128bps (send & receive) ISDNn/a Voice3.1kHz, 2-wire phone/fax Data interfacesBluetooth, Ethernet Environmental toleranceIP 56 antenna Auto-mobile broadband EXPLORER® 527
© Inmarsat Global Limited (June 2007) Size275x 345x 50 terminal 477x 153 antenna Weight~2.8 Kg Terminal ~5.5 Kg Antenna Standard IP ServiceUp to 464kbps (send/receive) Streaming IP service32, 64, 128, 256kbps (send & receive) ISDN1 x 64kbps Voice3.1kHz, via ISDN handset Data interfacesEthernet, ISDN, WLAN 802.11b Environmental toleranceIP 56 Land-Vehicular satellite Modem HNS 9250
© Inmarsat Global Limited (June 2007) BGAN Global Voice & Broadband data
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