The Intellian FB150 Antenna System is a competitive single-user solution designed to provide global coverage, high quality data and voice for business, operational, or recreational applications in a compact size and light weight above deck unit.
The innovative true IP solution can provide number of benefits including:
Compact Global Maritime Terminal
With its 8.6 lbs weight and 11.5 inch height, Intellian FB150 is a compact FleetBroadband maritime terminal.
Simultaneous Data & Voice Access
With 150kbps data rates, FB150 provides simultaneous access to data services, voice, and text messaging.
Powered by the Intellian FleetBroadband 150 solution, whith unrivalled experience in satellite communications, you can be confident of both the equipment quality and the support behind it.
Global Service Network
As a global solution, not only can you access any of Intellian's global distributors for service, available in over 45 countries around the world.
The rugged plug-and-play IP Handset provides an intuitive user interface on a 2.2" TFT color screen and cutting-edge technology, such as an echo cancellation and noise suppression software ensuring excellent audio clarity.
Practical & Affordable Inmarsat Airtime
Inmarsat airtime packages are available to suit the requirements of all catergories of user. Hardware and airtime bundle packages are available with additional discounts.
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