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Explorer 110



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BGAN Explorer 110

The BGAN EXPLORER 110 satellite terminal combines an exceptionally compact design with performance. The terminal can be separated into two parts, so users can choose between indoor and outdoor use, with no need for an external antenna.

Combined with the Nera WorldSet for voice telephony and text messages, it is ideal for single users, who need to set up a complete broadband mobile office in frequently changing locations.


BGAN EXPLORER 110 is the world’s smallest and most lightweight mobile satellite device for voice and broadband data communications from anywhere in the world. Your private or corporate office on the move adds less than 1 kg to your carry-on.

EXPLORER 110 gives you access to:

  • Internet
  • E-mail
  • Voice calls
  • Video conferencing and streaming
  • Corporate servers
  • ...and much more

Work flexibility for you

If the weather does not allow you to work outside or the environment is inhospitably or risky, the detachable antenna enables you to place the antenna outside while sitting comfortably communicating inside.

For beginners and specialists alike

Setting up your EXPLORER 100/110 is quick and easy. Just plug in a laptop or PDA, or use the Bluetooth interface, point the antenna towards the BGAN satellite - and you are online.

All EXPLORER terminals take into account ease of use. They are highly customizable, they boast a plug and play capability, and give you simplicity, functionality and versatility – even if you are new to satellite communication.

Key Benefits

  • Simultaneous voice and data communications over BGAN
  • High-speed data transfer up to 384 kbps
  • Seamless global coverage
  • Support for streaming IP at 32, 64 kbps
  • USB (EXPLORER 100) or standard LAN (EXPLORER 110) interface
  • Bluetooth and phone interfaces
  • Detachable antenna
  • Easy system setup and operation
  • Lightweight, splash and dust proof design
  • Robust, reliable and durable design
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