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Explorer 700

Thrane & Thrane Explorer 700 (BGAN)

The Thrane & Thrane Explorer 700 combines optimal performance with extensive functionality in an extremely flexible and robust design. It provides access to the highest bandwidth available on the BGAN network with multiple voice and data interfaces, including WLAN connectivity.

It is ideal for live video applications or for teams to share in a temporary office environment, whatever the climatic conditions

Overview

This is a high speed broadband satellite terminal from Thrane&Thrane, the BGAN Explorer 700.   This simultaneous voice and high speed data terminal transmits and receives up to 492Kbps along with WiFi and fax capability

Key Benefits

  • Ultimate portability
    at around half the size of a laptop, it adds little more than 1kg to your luggage.

  • Simultaneous voice and broadband data
    access your data applications and make a phone call at the same time - via a Bluetooth handset or a standard desktop phone

  • Highly flexible
    incorporates a 2-wire telephone interface in addition to an Ethernet and Bluetooth (25m range) interface.

  • Extremely robust
    splash and dust proof, highly durable design.

  • Global coverage
    provides service anywhere within the BGAN coverage area.

  • Easy to use
    simply plug in a phone, laptop or use the Bluetooth interface, point the antenna towards the Inmarsat satellite and you are online. You can also access the service using the BGAN LaunchPad on your laptop, which gives you pointing assistance, terminal and network details.

  • Completely secure
    connect seamlessly via your preferred VPN application.

Details / Specs

General

Manufacturer Thrane & Thrane
Name Explorer 700

Phyical Characteristics

Weight 3.2kgs

Size

Length: 297.0 mm
Width: 399.0 mm
Depth: 51.0 mm

Data Capabilities

Standard 492Kbps (Send)
Data 492Kbps (Receive)

Streaming

256Kbps (Send)
Data
256Kbps (Receive)

ISDN

NA

Voice

4kbps

Fax

NA

Data

NA
Interfaces  
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