Fully approved for operation on Inmarsat’s global BGAN satellite service, the Hughes 9350 offers high-performance connectivity on the move for the most demanding environments.
The Hughes 9350 is ideal for emergency responders, reporters, and mobile workers who need reliable, high-speed connectivity on the move.
The Hughes 9350 is IP compatible and offers selectable, dedicated Quality of Service levels.
It’s easy to install on any vehicle the compact tracking antenna is packaged with a magnetic roof mount and a single cable connection. The Hughes 9350 allows you to send and receive IP packet data via Ethernet and WLAN interfaces in a land-vehicular application.
The Hughes 9350 offers fixed voice and data in remote locations via the Inmarsat BGAN satellite network. It is perfect for small teams who need to set-up a remote office as it offers voice and data connections via satellite.
- Standard IP: Up to 400 + kbps
- Streaming IP: Up to 256 kbps
- Weight: 2.8 Kg
- Dimensions:260 mm x 256 mm x 50 mm
- Humidity: 95% RH at 40° C
- Temperature: -25° C to +55° C
- Power: Idle:20 W, ax: 65 W (when transmitting)
- Input Voltage:12 V or 24 V systems
- Water and Dust:IP-54
- Weight:C10: 5.5 Kg C11: 1.9 Kg
- Dimensions: C10: 494 mm Dia x 152 mm High C11: 252 mm Dia x 119 mm High
- Temperature: -25° C to +80° C survival
- Wind:125 mph (200 km/h)
- Exception for magnetic mount: 100 mph (160 km/h)
- Water and Dust:IP-56 antenna
- Ice:25 mm non-operational
- Vehicle Motions: Turning Rate: 40°/s Turning acceleration: 50°/s2
- Fully-autonomous tracking antenna acquires and tracks the BGAN satellite signal while on the move
- Easy antenna installation (magnetic mount) on vehicle roof
- Includes RF cable and power cable for vehicular installation
- Up to 400+ kbps shared data rate and 256 kbps streaming IP data rate
- Auto context activation feature allows PDP contexts to be activated without user action
- Internal Web MMI for configuration and control without the use of LaunchPad
- Web MMI is accessible via Wi-Fi-enabled PDAs, Blackberrys, and iPhones