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Iridium GO! Fixed Installation Kit

Iridium GO! Fixed Installation Kit
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Iridium GO!® Fixed Installation Kit

Transform your communications with a valuable add-on that makes Iridium GO!® even more versatile on land and at sea. The Iridium GO! Fixed Installation Kit extends the capability of Iridium GO!, is easy to install and and enables smooth connectivity inside and out.

This kit offers affordable accessories designed specifically for marine and land applications, extending the capability of Iridium GO!

The Iridium GO! Fixed Installation Kit can be paired with any Iridium GO! device for extended capabilities and smooth connectivity both inside and outdoors.

Features:
  • A variety of mariners can maintain satellite communications offshore
    Fishing fleets can access the latest weather reports to stay up to date on changing conditions or connect through social media to stay in touch with family and friends on land
    Remote home owners and vacationers can connect anywhere. Iridium GO! can easily be tossed in a backpack for day trips or mounted on a wall for use in buildings and secluded cabins
    Lone aid workers can make phone calls and send text messages to help coordinate humanitarian efforts, even if the local infrastructure has been compromised

    Whether you're a sailor, fisherman, remote vacationer or NGO worker, the Iridium GO! Fixed Installation Kit will help you stay connected regardless of your location.

    What's in the Kit?
    • Iridium Passive Omnidirectional Antenna
    • Mast/Rail Mount 1"-14NF
    • Wall Mount Bracket
    • 12m/39ft Passive Antenna Cable
    • Iridium GO! Cable Adapter
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