Satellite telemetry offers a communication alternative for remote locations where phone lines or radio frequency systems are an impractical choice. Using satellite telemetry, communication is achieved by interfacing a datalogger to a satellite transmitter, which in turn transmits the data from the field site to a receiving station.
The TX325 is a GOES satellite data transmitter and is the successor to the TX321. In the Western Hemisphere, it is compatible for use with NOAA’s GOES DCS with a coverage range including Canada,...read more
The TX326 is a satellite transmitter that uses the Meteosat satellite system to provide one-way communications from a data collection platform (DCP) to a receiving station.
Meteosat is a system of geo...read more
The HUGHES9502 is a packaged solution for adding real-time IP communications to a remote station. Using the Inmarsat Broadband Global Area Network (BGAN) to provide reliable end-to-end IP connectivity...read more