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  • Iridium Communications’ Iridium GO! Is the first portable satellite hotspot that connects to any smartphone, extending voice and data coverage when out of range of cellular networks. Iridium GO! creates a satellite-backed Wi-Fi zone anywhere on the planet, enabling up to five smartphones to make calls, get their email, text and use some apps, even when terrestrial networks are non-existent, unreliable or costly.   
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  • staff on cruise ships to make and receive calls from cell phones at sea. "MTN is excited to bring the extended convenience of connecting cellular networks with vessels served by MTN's global C-band network," said Bradford Briggs. MTN's senior vice president and general manager. MTN is a leader

  • countries, it is very common to have a wired public phone system that is very old, overloaded, and not readily available at the dockside. However. GSM cellular service is generally available in the port area, so finding a way to use that cellular service has been a must for Mercy Ships. In their quest

  • communications services via Inmarsat satellite to the maritime industry, has signed a contract with Cruisephone, Ltd., a leading supplier of cellular telecommunications to the cruise industry, for the exclusive provision of services to the pleasure cruise and private yacht markets worldwide

  • certain level of usage to operations and crew based on the current connection. If the customer is using the V-series product as back up to an existing cellular network (for out of coverage areas only), they can limit the amount of users and / or data consumption on the satellite connections – however leave it

  • mesh around the probe cage will slow fouling and prevent weed from entering the cage.Communications: The cell coverage in DKP is excellent, and the cellular network was an ideal solution. For the scientists, the mission was a first step at using a moving sensor on an unmanned vessel in a large, complicated

  • Wilson Electronics, a U.S.-based manufacturer of cellular signal boosters, is targeting inland and coastal waterway users with a new marine initiative. The development of a signal booster kit that improves cellular coverage for boaters on inland waterways and for near-shore mariners means that dropped

  • at least one of many – has always been the dearth of reliable and economical vessel-to-shore communications. Even in America’s heartland where cellular coverage is routinely billed as seamless, so-called ‘dead spots’ persist. Sometimes, this happens at the worst possible moment for an

  • 50 percent. Ideally suited for (M2M) applications including asset tracking, monitoring, fleet management and remote worker communications in areas lacking cellular coverage, every M2M solution needs an antenna and Iridium partners with industry antenna manufacturers who offer a range of antennas from very low

  • —Literature Available Art Petranek, president of Petroleum Communications (Petro- Com), has announced the completion of its Cellular/Satellite telephone service for the entire Gulf of Mexico's marketplace. PetroCom reports it is the first cellular telephone company in the Gulf of Mexico and first

  • range will be from up to 50 to 100 miles. According to Jim Tindall, vice president Sales and Marketing, MariTEL, "The Network brings easy-to-use, cellular telephone-like functionality to the maritime environment, combining the convenience and safety of a traditional VHF radio with a modern telephone syst

  • . The Globalstar system provides affordable satellite-based digital voice services to a broad range of subscribers. Globalstar meets the needs of cellular users as well as mobile subscribers outside cellular coverage, and residents without existing telephone service. Circle 159 on Reader Service

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    sent back to shore through the three wireless links to support the sensor in this application, and the 3.25 kts of available: line of sight RF, cellular and Iridium, and saved to cruise was suf? cient to collect data over the entire embay- dedicated database servers. With this system, the team on-