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Hughes receives Inmarsat approval for 9211-HDR BGAN terminal

Monday 1 December 2014 | 16:39 CET | News
Global broadband satellite networks and services company, Hughes Network Systems and Inmarsat have announced that Hughes' latest portable BGAN terminal, the Hughes 9211-HDR, has received Inmarsat type approval. The 9211-HDR terminal provides a range of asymmetric high data streaming rates, with an average speed of 650 kbps and speeds as high as 800 kbps over Inmarsat's BGAN HDR service. The Hughes 9211-HDR builds on the success of the Hughes 9201. Hughes remains the only approved North American BGAN terminal manufacturer. 

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Hughes / Hughes Network Systems / Inmarsat
Countries: World
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