Hughes Low Profile BGAN Satellite Terminal

Hughes Low Profile BGAN Satellite Terminal

The Hughes Low Profile BGAN (LPB) modem and antenna provide the user with reliable, remotely controllable satellite connectivity over the Inmarsat BGAN network. 

Hughes Low Profile BGAN Satellite Terminal

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The LPB modem delivers exceptional low power consumption (< 1 W idle) for off-the-grid installations. Both modem and antenna are IP-67 rated for outdoor use and can also be installed below ground-surface for inconspicuous operation. A thin layer of dry, non-metallic material over the antenna is permissible during TX/RX operation.

Package includes:

  • Low profile BGAN (LPB) modem
  • Low profile, lay flat, passive antenna
  • 3 m RF antenna cable (TNC)
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  • Satellite TX Frequency 1626.5–1660.5 MHz
  • Satellite RX Frequency 1525–1559 MHz
  • Modem Weight: 2.2 kg
  • Modem Dimensions: 253 mm x 176 mm x 53 mm
  • Antenna Weight: 1.2 kg
  • Antenna Dimensions: 240 mm x 240 mm x 29 mm
  • Operating Temperature -40° C to +75° C
  • Storage Temperature -45° C to +80° C
  • Humidity 95% RH at +40° C
  • Antenna and Modem – IP-67 Compliant Water and Dust
  • Non-operational Mechanical Vibration 200-2000 Hz,0.3 m2/s3; MIL-SPEC  810B Method 500.3 proc. 1
  • Input Voltage Range 9 Vdc to 26 Vdc
  • Power Consumption Transmit: < 20 W Narrow beam without transmit: ~3 W Idle (regional beam): < 1 W Off (wake on packet): < 10 mW (at 12 Vdc) Off (GPIO control): 0W
  • Other Features: LED status indicator USB Type B for connection to configuration PC SIM/USIM slot Boot mode button (in SIM slot) 3.5 mm audio jack for audio pointing tones Function button


Key Features:

  • Auto-on/autocontext activation automatically restores power and Packet Data Protocol (PDP) connection to the unit following loss of power and/or IP connection
  • Remote control via SMS—allows command and control of the terminal using SMS, including configuration, debugging, and access to its Web interface
  • Ultra-low power consumption
  • Basic installation; no PC required
  • Built-in GPS receiver
  • Over the air firmware upgrades
  • Minimal pointing of antenna is required; lay antenna flat and point arrow toward the satellite (antenna operates between 30°–60° elevation angle but can be tilted from horizontal, if necessary, at greater elevations.)


  • IP Ethernet connection via IP-67 rated 6-pin Amphenol connector
  • Power-on switch signal via IP-67 rated 3-pin power input connector
  • IP-67 TNC RF connection on modem to lay flat antenna
  • USB for local configuration and setup




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