JUE-33 – Fleet 33

The JUE-33, a revolutionary Inmarsat Fleet 33 satellite communication terminal, incorporates the latest modern interfacing standards, packed into the industries smallest dimensions with a performance superior to any of its competitors.

JRC’s sophisticated Fleet 33 offers a powerful all-in-one solution delivering comprehensive high-speed data and voice services provided by Inmarsat’s global and spot beams coverage (polar restrictions apply).

 

Voice

Fleet 33 provides effective crystal-clear voice communication. Through global area coverage, SIM call operation offers enhanced flexibility for social and/or multiple users. Call waiting is also available.

Whether a voice, fax or data call comes in during a MPDS session, the user will receive an alert notification. This way the user has more awareness, guaranteeing no incoming call is missed and the advantage of remaining logged on throughout.

 

Fax

JRC’s JUE-33 incorporates a 9.6kbps fax application. This facility is based upon Inmarsat spot beam coverage areas. Additionally, the Fleet 33 terminal integrates the latest modern interfacing standards to meet compatibility with standard applications and systems, contributing to enhanced performance around the world and around the clock.

 

Date

The data communication service of JRC’s Fleet 33 meets the demands of the modern, marine electronic professional. This data channel is available in spot beam. It offers effective throughput of up to 40kbps using integrated compression. This enables users to have interactive online access. Inmarsat offers cost-effective ‘always on’ service. This Mobile Packet Data service, MPDS enables users to have continuous online access at no costs, but charges only for the amount of data sent and received.

Flexible interfacing

JRC’s Fleet 33 incorporates a reliable industry standard interfacing field. This user-friendly, easy-to-interface below deck unit enables users to have a cost-effective installation.

 

Total system flexibility

JRC’s Fleet 33 package contains the most compact antenna in the market and a below deck unit designed for easy ‘single coaxial cable’ installation onboard a wide range of vessels. This innovative communication solution is for both new building and retrofit market. It is also possible to connect your own supplied hardware, such as a computer and fax.

 

Antenna support

Apart from JRC’s stylish compact antenna, it is designed for maximum ease of use. The baseline of the antenna integrates 4 standardised mounting holes. This standard feature by JRC increases the ease of elevating the antenna clear of barriers. The image on the right shows a support bracket which is widely available in the market.

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