Satellite Internet BGAN

BGAN, short for Broadband Global Area Network, is a satellite network by Inmarsat consisting of two satellites (soon three), covering most regions of the world.
With a BGAN terminal and a subscription you can connect to the internet from practically any region of the world.
The terminals use an omni directional antenna, making them very easy to set-up.
BGAN uses the LaunchPad software to connect, get it here.

Hughes 9211 - Class 1
    • Terminal - 650 Kbps
    • HDR Streaming
    • Rugged and durable IP65 rating
    • AC/DC adaptor power supply
    • Two batteries
    • Data only : USB, Wifi 802.11b/g/n, RJ45
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Hughes 9201 - Class 1
    • Terminal - 492 Kbps
    • AC/DC adaptor power supply
    • Two batteries
    • Data only : USB, Wifi 802.11b, RJ45
    • 2.8Kg
    • 2 125 USD ex-work bounded to the following subscription
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Explorer 710 - Class 1
    • Terminal - 492 Kbps
    • AC/DC adaptor power supply
    • One battery
    • Data & Voice : USB, Wifi, RJ45
    • 3.5Kg
    • 4 950 USD ex-work bounded to the following subscription
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Hughes 9202 - Class 2
    • Terminal - 464 Kbps
    • AC/DC adaptor power supply
    • One battery
    • Data & Voice : USB, Wifi, RJ45
    • 1.5Kg
    • Detachable antenna (cable option)
    • 2 495 USD ex-work bounded to the following subscription
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Explorer 510 - Class 2
    • Terminal - 492 Kbps
    • AC/DC adaptor power supply
    • One battery
    • Data & Voice : USB, Wifi, RJ45
    • 3.5Kg
    • Detachable antenna (cable option)
    • 3 495 USD ex-work bounded to the following subscription
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Sabre Ranger
    Machine to machine BGAN

    SCADA BGAN 

    Satellite data reporting and monitoring

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