Hughes HNS 9450
The HNS 9250 comprises a compact, robust, magnetically-mounted roof antenna which tracks the satellite while on the move, and a BGAN terminal which is positioned inside the vehicle.
MSAT G2 Satellite Radio
The MSAT-G2 radio supports continent-wide group and private Push-to-Talk , GPS, advanced satellite tracking.
Iridium Beam Docking Stations
In-vehicle hands-free docking units for the latest 9555 Iridium telephone.
ON-THE-MOVE VOICE & DATA
Operating "On the Move" satellite telephones and BGAN IP satellite modems inside a vehicle require outside antennas mounted on the vehicle roof. Depending on the satellite network, it is necessary to have a smaller Omni Directional antenna, as with Iridium, or a larger directional antenna usually housed inside a fiberglass radome. These larger radomed systems usually have more sophisticated pointing electronics in order to keep the antenna pointed correctly to the satellite. This is why these types of systems are usually larger, heavier and more expensive.
"On the Move" implies two things: 1) that the satellite equipment will automatically find and acquire the satellite signal (no manual antenna pointing required) and 2) that you can drive while operating the satellite system with voice and or data.