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Iridium 9555 Deluxe Package

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Regular Price: $1,765.00

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Deluxe Package includes the 9555 portable Handset, Pelican 1200 Water proof Case, AC Charger, DC Charger, Magnet Mount Antenna, Antenna adapter, Hands-free earpiece, Leather case, Mini USB, Manual, SIM card

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  • Water tight case stores Iridium handset and accessories
  • AC charger
  • Antenna Adapter
  • Battery BAT20801
  • Leather Case

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Regular Price: $1,765.00

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About the Iridium 9555 Satellite Phone


The Iridium 9555 is the ultimate in dependable mobile communications. It is a ruggedly built tool, not a toy. It won’t play games, take pictures, or play MP3s. What it will do is work. The Iridium 9555 is not only the smallest phone Iridium has ever made, it's also the most powerful. The 9555 incorporates innovations such as integrated speakerphone, improved SMS and email capabilities, and an upgrade Mini-USB data port. The Iridium 9555 features a dramatically redesigned and amazingly intuitive user interface-making reliable communication more reliable than ever.The highly anticipated Iridium 9555 Handset is 30% smaller and 27% lighter than the 9505a. With a significantly reduced footprint from the previous Iridium hand held models, it is more hand-friendly in form, and its aerodynamic features such as an internally stowed antenna, this sleek handset is designed to go wherever you do. Without exception. It is engineered to withstand the world’s toughest environments, so the world’s toughest customers can depend on it as a critical lifeline whenever and wherever need takes them.

 

Iridium 9555 Deluxe Package includes the 9555 Handset with Battery, Water proof case, AC Charger, DC Charger, International Plug Kit, Hands-free headset, Holster, Magnet mount antenna, antenna adapter, Mini USB Port, Manual, and SIM Card.


Package Features:

 

Water proof case stores most Iridium accessories

Magnet mount antenna is portable and easy to mount

Holster protects your satellite phone from dust and damage in harsh conditions

AC and DC chargers will fully charge your phone in 3.15 hours

 

Understanding Iridium's Satellite Network


The Iridium system is a satellite-based, wireless personal communications network providing a robust suite of voice and data features all over the globe. It is comprised of three principal components -- the satellite network, the ground network and the Iridium subscriber products, including phones and data modems.

The design of the Iridium network allows voice and data messages to be routed anywhere in the world. Voice and data calls are relayed from one satellite to another until they reach the satellite above the Iridium handset or terminal and the signal is relayed back to Earth. When an Iridium customer places a call from a handset or terminal, it connects to whatever satellite happens to be overhead, and is relayed among satellites around the globe to whatever satellite is above the appropriate Earth gateway, which downlinks the call and transfers it to the global public voice network or Internet so that it reaches the recipient.

The satellites are in a near-polar orbit at an altitude of 485 miles (780 km). The 66 active satellites fly in formation in six orbital planes, evenly spaced around the planet, each with 11 satellites equally spaced apart from each other in that orbital plane.

A single satellite completely circles the Earth once every 100 minutes, traveling at a rate of 16,832 miles per hour, and traveling from horizon to horizon across the sky in about ten minutes. As a satellite moves out of reach, the call is seamlessly handed over to the next satellite coming into view.

Since Iridium is a LEO satellite system, voice delays are typically unnoticeable. Other mobile satellite systems use Geostationary Earth Orbits (GEOs), which, by comparison, are about 22,300 miles above the equator. As a result, latency can be quite high, causing speakers to have to wait for each other to finish. GEOs are also largely ineffective in more northern or southern latitudes. The curvature of the Earth disrupts message transmission when attempted at the edge of a GEO satellite's footprint.

Each Iridium satellite is cross-linked to four other satellites - two satellites in the same orbital plane and two in an adjacent plane. These links create a dynamic network in space - calls are routed among Iridium satellites without touching the ground, creating a highly secure and reliable connection. Cross-links make Iridium particularly impervious to natural disasters - such as hurricanes, tsunamis and earthquakes - that can damage ground-based wireless towers since cross-links are space-based.

The Iridium ground network is comprised of the system control segment and telephony gateways used to connect into the terrestrial telephone system. With centralized management of the Iridium network, the system control segment supplies global operational support and control services for the satellite constellation, delivers satellite tracking data to the gateways, and controls the termination of Iridium messaging services.

The system control segment consists of three primary components -- four telemetry tracking and command/control (TTAC) stations, the operational support network, and the satellite network operation center (SNOC). Ku-Band feeder links and cross-links throughout the satellite constellation supply the connections among the system control segment, the satellites and the gateways.

Gateways are the ground-based antennas and electronics that provide voice and data services, messaging, prepaid and postpaid billing services, as well as other customer services. The gateways are responsible for the support and management of mobile subscribers and the interconnection of the Iridium network to the terrestrial phone system. Gateways also provide management functions for their own network elements and links.

Additional Information
Part Number BPKT0801-DLX
Product Type Electronics > Communications > Telephony > Satellite Phones
Satellite Network Iridium
Brand Iridium
Description

About the Iridium 9555 Satellite Phone


The Iridium 9555 is the ultimate in dependable mobile communications. It is a ruggedly built tool, not a toy. It won’t play games, take pictures, or play MP3s. What it will do is work. The Iridium 9555 is not only the smallest phone Iridium has ever made, it's also the most powerful. The 9555 incorporates innovations such as integrated speakerphone, improved SMS and email capabilities, and an upgrade Mini-USB data port. The Iridium 9555 features a dramatically redesigned and amazingly intuitive user interface-making reliable communication more reliable than ever.The highly anticipated Iridium 9555 Handset is 30% smaller and 27% lighter than the 9505a. With a significantly reduced footprint from the previous Iridium hand held models, it is more hand-friendly in form, and its aerodynamic features such as an internally stowed antenna, this sleek handset is designed to go wherever you do. Without exception. It is engineered to withstand the world’s toughest environments, so the world’s toughest customers can depend on it as a critical lifeline whenever and wherever need takes them.

 

Iridium 9555 Deluxe Package includes the 9555 Handset with Battery, Water proof case, AC Charger, DC Charger, International Plug Kit, Hands-free headset, Holster, Magnet mount antenna, antenna adapter, Mini USB Port, Manual, and SIM Card.


Package Features:

 

Water proof case stores most Iridium accessories

Magnet mount antenna is portable and easy to mount

Holster protects your satellite phone from dust and damage in harsh conditions

AC and DC chargers will fully charge your phone in 3.15 hours

 

Understanding Iridium's Satellite Network


The Iridium system is a satellite-based, wireless personal communications network providing a robust suite of voice and data features all over the globe. It is comprised of three principal components -- the satellite network, the ground network and the Iridium subscriber products, including phones and data modems.

The design of the Iridium network allows voice and data messages to be routed anywhere in the world. Voice and data calls are relayed from one satellite to another until they reach the satellite above the Iridium handset or terminal and the signal is relayed back to Earth. When an Iridium customer places a call from a handset or terminal, it connects to whatever satellite happens to be overhead, and is relayed among satellites around the globe to whatever satellite is above the appropriate Earth gateway, which downlinks the call and transfers it to the global public voice network or Internet so that it reaches the recipient.

The satellites are in a near-polar orbit at an altitude of 485 miles (780 km). The 66 active satellites fly in formation in six orbital planes, evenly spaced around the planet, each with 11 satellites equally spaced apart from each other in that orbital plane.

A single satellite completely circles the Earth once every 100 minutes, traveling at a rate of 16,832 miles per hour, and traveling from horizon to horizon across the sky in about ten minutes. As a satellite moves out of reach, the call is seamlessly handed over to the next satellite coming into view.

Since Iridium is a LEO satellite system, voice delays are typically unnoticeable. Other mobile satellite systems use Geostationary Earth Orbits (GEOs), which, by comparison, are about 22,300 miles above the equator. As a result, latency can be quite high, causing speakers to have to wait for each other to finish. GEOs are also largely ineffective in more northern or southern latitudes. The curvature of the Earth disrupts message transmission when attempted at the edge of a GEO satellite's footprint.

Each Iridium satellite is cross-linked to four other satellites - two satellites in the same orbital plane and two in an adjacent plane. These links create a dynamic network in space - calls are routed among Iridium satellites without touching the ground, creating a highly secure and reliable connection. Cross-links make Iridium particularly impervious to natural disasters - such as hurricanes, tsunamis and earthquakes - that can damage ground-based wireless towers since cross-links are space-based.

The Iridium ground network is comprised of the system control segment and telephony gateways used to connect into the terrestrial telephone system. With centralized management of the Iridium network, the system control segment supplies global operational support and control services for the satellite constellation, delivers satellite tracking data to the gateways, and controls the termination of Iridium messaging services.

The system control segment consists of three primary components -- four telemetry tracking and command/control (TTAC) stations, the operational support network, and the satellite network operation center (SNOC). Ku-Band feeder links and cross-links throughout the satellite constellation supply the connections among the system control segment, the satellites and the gateways.

Gateways are the ground-based antennas and electronics that provide voice and data services, messaging, prepaid and postpaid billing services, as well as other customer services. The gateways are responsible for the support and management of mobile subscribers and the interconnection of the Iridium network to the terrestrial phone system. Gateways also provide management functions for their own network elements and links.

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Features

Iridium 9555 has many exciting new features


-Compact physical footprint for streamlined portability 
-Internally stowed antenna
-Intuitive user interface for out-of-the-box functionality 
-Water, shock and dust resistance for unparalleled durability
-200 Character illuminated graphic display
-Emergency calling
-Headset and hands-free capability
-Mini USB data port  
-Emergency calling
-Volume adjustment (earpiece or ringer)  
-Two-way SMS and short email capability
-Auto redial notification (system busy)
-International access by dialing 00 or using (+) 
-Calls history retains received, missed, and dialed calls
-VibraCall alert feature
-integrated speakerphone
-One-Touch dialing 
-SIM-based address book with 155 entry capacity
- Last 10 numbers dialed
-Keypad lock and PIN
-User-configurable call timers to manage costs
-Memory scroll by location number 
-100 entry internal address book

Specs

Iridium 9555 Handset Specifications


-Dimensions: 143 mm L x 55 mm W x 30 mmD
-Volume, signal, and battery strength meters
-Weight:Under 266 g (9.38 ounces)
-4.0 hours Talk Time
-30 hours Standby Time
-Operating range: -10 to +55 ºC
-200-character illuminated graphic display
-Illuminated weather resistant keypad
-32-digit number capacity phone book
-21 Language choices for prompts
-Selectable ringer and alert tone-8 choices
-SIM base
-Data Bearer Service 2400 baud-supporting V.42 bit compression
-Quick-connect to Iridium voicemail

Package Includes 9555 portable Handset, Water proof Case, AC Charger, DC Charger, Magnet Mount Antenna, Antenna adapter, Hands-free earpiece, Leather case, Mini USB, Manual, SIM card
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Coverage Area Worldwide, North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, Polar
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Price $1,765.00
Special Price $1,145.00