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 TX321 is a GOES and Meteosat satellite data transmitter. It provides an easy and reliable way for Campbell Scientific data collection platforms (DCP) to transmit data over geostationary satellites...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
The IRIDIUM9522B is a packaged solution for adding globally available two-way Iridium satellite communications to a remote station. Using the Iridium network to provide reliable end-to-end serial conn...read more
The COM9522B interface provides a convenient way to connect an Iridium 9522B satellite transceiver to a computer or datalogger and to a power supply. When the COM9522B interface and Iridium...read more
The 30693 is an Iridium 9522B satellite transceiver, providing global two-way communications to a remote station over the Iridium satellite network. The device ships with a SIM card ready for activati...read more
Campbell Scientific’s ST-21 is a Service Argos-certified Platform Transmitter Terminal (PTT ) that transfers data from the datalogger site to the Argos Data Collection and Location System via NO...read more