Inmarsat Explorer 710

The new EXPLORER 710 provides on-demand streaming rates at 650 kbps out of the box. As the world’s smallest Class 1 BGAN terminal and the first to take advantage of Inmarsat’s new streaming service (High Data Rate), the EXPLORER 710 will deliver high-speed, ultra-portable satellite streaming for broadcasting and other IP-based industry applications.


Raising the BGAN bar

Cobham SATCOM will launch the all-new EXPLORER 710. An ultra-portable satellite terminal set to usher in a new era in the world of BGAN by setting new standards for size, speed and features.

Smallest and Lightest

The smallest Class 1 BGAN terminal positioned to support broadcasters in enhancing the quality of mobile outside broadcasting.

Fastest ever BGAN

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 newsgathering. The High Data Rate service will be launched by Inmarsat. 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.

Smart and Easy

The new flagship in the EXPLORER series introduces Smart Phones to the world of BGAN, enabling users to connect their own devices for voice calling and connectivity. Other features includes a USB host interface, hot-swappable batteries, an easy-to-use LED display and multiple interfaces to support a wide range of applications.

Useful Information

The web interface is a built-in web interface for easy configuration and daily use. The web interface is accessed from a computer, smartphone or tablet connected to the EXPLORER 710, using an Internet browser.
The light-coloured part of the EXPLORER 710 is the antenna part comprising: GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) antenna supporting GPS, GLONASS and BeiDou. BGAN antenna. Wireless LAN antenna.
The EXPLORER 710 comes with a built-in rechargeable battery. The battery is automatically recharged when power is applied to the EXPLORER 510. The Status indicator shows that the battery is charging.
The EXPLORER 710 requires a SIM card to go online. Without a SIM card you can still configure the terminal and you may be able to make emergency calls if the network allows it, but you cannot make normal calls nor access the internet.



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