Cobham EXP710 BGAN Satellite Internet Terminal
The world's smallest and lightest Class 1 BGAN terminal and provides streaming rates over 650 kbps out of the box, when using new high data rate streaming, to be introduced by Inmarsat. It's light, compact, tough and incredibly reliable. It opens more possibilities for connecting devices, offering more flexibility. It's ultra-portable, so you can be set-up within minutes of arriving on scene.
At the forefront of a new era of high speed ultra-portable satellite streaming, EXPLORER 710 is a sophisticated communication tool for broadcasting and other IP based industry applications.
EXPLORER 710 provides streaming rates over 650 kbps out of the box, when using new high data rate streaming, to be introduced by Inmarsat in Q3 2013.
BGAN but faster EXPLORER 710 provides streaming rates over 650 kbps out of the box, when using new high data rate streaming, to be introduced by Inmarsat in Q3 2013. With EXPLORER 710, you can leverage the fastest on-demand video streaming via satellite with guaranteed QoS to enhance the quality of live broadcasts and remote communication. Unique possibilities Continuing the tradition of technology leadership started when the EXPLORER team introduced its first BGAN terminal in 2005, EXPLORER 710 introduces several advanced new features.
Uniquely, it has the ability to bond the signals from multiple EXPLORER 710 terminals via Ethernet to achieve IP streaming rates of 1 Mbps or even higher - closer to standard definition broadcast quality. Bring Your Own Device EXPLORER 710 also introduces Smart Phone apps to the world of BGAN connectivity, enabling users to wirelessly connect their own devices for voice calling and connectivity.
It's light, compact, tough and incredibly reliable. It opens more possibilities for connecting devices, offering more flexibility. It's ultra-portable, so you can be set-up within minutes of arriving on scene. Next generation EXPLORER 710 is the complete package, featuring touches like a USB host interface, hot-swappable batteries, easy-to-use LED display and multiple interfaces.
It's the world's smallest and lightest Class 1 BGAN terminal and the first platform to make use of new high data rate streaming as standard, so is a true next generation BGAN terminal.
Total H / W / D
332 / 279 / 54 mm
13.07 / 10.98 / 2.13 inches
3.5 kg / 7.7 lbs (incl. battery)
1.9 kg / 4.2 lbs
Transceiver (incl. battery)
1.6 kg / 3.5 lbs
4 kbps AMBE+2
3.1 kHz audio, 64 kbps
Up to 492 kbps
32, 64, 128 kbps (256 kbps & BGAN X-Stream)
High Data Rate Streaming
Min. 600 kbps
Min. 300 kbps (Half-channel HDR)
UDI 64 kbps / RDI 56 kbps
1518.0 - 1525.0 MHz (Rx) (EMEA)
PMOLED Display, 5 navigation keys, Audio and LCD pointing aids and LED indicator, Compass
UK, FR, DE, ES, RU and CN
Inmarsat Class 1 Type Approval at launch
CE & FCC at launch. Other approvals TBC
1 x Analogue RJ-11 phone/fax interfaces
2 x LAN interface
1 x USB host interface
1 x ISDN interface
1 x Transceiver / Antenna interface
1 x BGAN SIM-Card slot
WLAN Access Point
Battery storage temperature
Water and dust
DC input range
Intelligent Power Management 65W (max.)
AC/DC power supply
2.5 / 5.5 mm power jack
Lithium ion, rechargeable
36 hours (To be confirmed)
Transmit time, max.
Receive time, max.
3h30m @ 492 kbps
To be confirmed
|Package Includes||EXPLORER 710 Transceiver & Antenna, rechargeable lithium ion battery, Antenna cable, 2m ISDN/LAN cable, 115/230VAC power
supply, Quick start guide.
Inmarsat BGAN Monthly Subscription Plans
- $50 Activation Fee (Waived for Platinum and Titanium Plans)
- Streaming services available for all plans; appropriate equipment required.
- Flex Plan is restricted to land use only.
- South America consists of Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, French Guiana, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Trinidad & Tobago, Uruguay, and Venezuela.
- Southern Africa region consists of Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland and Zimbabwe.
Inmarsat BGAN Prepaid Airtime
- Vouchers may also be used for voice calls
Other BGAN Airtime Services
How much is a MB?
When you send and receive emails, transfer files or pull up web pages – you are transferring data. All the data that you send and receive online can be broken down into megabytes (MB’s). It is difficult to provide an exact conversion of data type to MB, because everything thing you send and receive is unique and may be either large or small, but we can provide a pretty good estimate based on typical usage. A MB is approximately 99 plain text emails, 3 emails with attachments, 5 web pages or 1 digital photo.
To speak with someone about choosing the best BGAN option for your needs please call 305-405-7173.
|Coverage Areas||North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia|