Explorer 710 Portable Carry Broadband Satellite BGAN Terminal
As the world’s most advanced Class-1 BGAN terminal, the EXPLORER-710 will be the first to take advantage of Inmarsat’s new HDR-streaming service.
Explorer 710 Top Features:
Smallest Class 1 BGAN Terminal
Fastest for Streaming Service – 650 Kbps
Powerful Wi-Fi hotspot (up to 100m(328′ ft)
Works with any standard corded or cordless phone
Same features as the popular Explorer 700 BGAN Terminal
The EXPLORER-710 includes several new and advanced features including:
On-demand, guaranteed streaming rates up to 650 kbps (HDR)
Integrates with cellular-data technology to utilize least-cost-based routing
Smartphone integration for phone calls (via internal SIP server) and internet (via internal WLAN)
Plug-&-play bonding – simply connect two EXPLORER-710 units and nearly double the streaming rates.
Remote field users often require high-speed Internet for today’ s work flow. Broadcasters especially need ‘guaranteed’ bandwidth for reliable live video streaming. When cellular or wireless networks are unavailable or not reliable, satellite networks such as BGAN can provide dedicated broadband which is global, portable and easy-to-use. The EXPLORER-710 terminal will offer even more bandwidth with Inmarsat’s new HDR (High-Data-Rate) streaming service.
The first and only BGAN terminal to support the new on-demand streaming service from Inmarsat. With speeds at 650 kbps the EXPLORER 710 sets a new standard for mobile video news gathering. Double the speed with plug and play bonding – simply connect two EXPLORER 710 terminals with an ethernet cable and achieve streaming rates over 1 Mbps.
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Explorer 710 – Greater Bandwidth & Portability for Live Video Streaming
BGAN is accessible via a range of small, lightweight satellite terminals, which provide performance options to suit different operational needs. They can be used both indoors and outdoors, being robust enough to withstand challenging environments and extremes of temperature. The smallest terminals are designed to suit single users, for whom portability is a key consideration. The larger terminals offer a WLAN capability and are particularly suitable for small teams that need to establish a temporary office for an extended period. They are also suitable for users requiring higher bandwidth to enable applications such as live broadcasting. Vehicular systems comprise an interior terminal and discreet tracking antenna, which is mounted on the vehicle roof. They provide access to voice and high-speed data while ‘on the move’.