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Iridium 9603 SBD: Short Burst Data Transceiver

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Description

The compact Iridium 9603 is the world's smallest SBD transceiver from Iridium.  Designed for applications where space is at a premium and connectivity is critical.

One-fourth the volume and half the footprint of its predecessor, the Iridium 9602, the 9603 combines global coverage of the Iridium satellite constellation with the low latency of the two-way Short Burst Data service to provide highly reliable satellite communications from pole to pole.

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  • 9603 SBD Transceiver

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Product: Iridium 9603 SBD: Short Burst Data Transceiver
 

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Physical
Dimensions: 3.1cm x 2.9cm x 0.8cm
Weight: 0.011kg
Operating Temperature: -40°C to +85°C
Operating Humidity: ≤ 75% RH
External Antenna: no
Service
Data: yes
Tracking: yes
SBD: yes

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