DAG Tracking System (GPRS, Satellite & Radio Base Communication)

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DAG TRACK, integrate both gsm/gprs and IRIDIUM, send data from anywhere in the world in few seconds by IRIDIUM


Introduction to IRIDIUM Networks

The Iridium System is a satellite-based, wireless communications network providing a robust suite of Voice and Data services to virtually any destination anywhere on earth. With 66 satellites forming a cross-linked grid above the Earth, the Iridium system is the first low-earth orbiting system for telephone service. Only 780km (450 miles) high, these satellites work different from those at a much higher orbit (26,000km) in two major ways. First they’re closes enough to receive the signals of a handheld device; and second, they act like cellular towers in the sky - where wireless signals can move overhead instead of through ground based cells.

GlobalTrack G200R IRIDIUM GPS Tracking System

  • Integrate both gsm/gprs and IRIDIUM dual radio system in one device
  • Very low latency time,send data from anywhere in the world in few seconds by IRIDIUM
  • IRIDIUM system support 66 satellites, G200R can work in high density city ,jungles and marines
  • Compare to other signle satellite system, IRIDIUM system can receive signal in all directions
  • Very low GPS message air time price, the cost will be lower than gsm SMS
  • Operate at 1.6G radio band frequency,G200R can be installed and tracking aircrafts
  • Support live video and http://www.achaten-suisse.com/ fuel level real time monitoring
  • Worldwide vehice tracking web service with GlobalTrack WebMap with GOOGLE EARTH
  • Accessories include Camera ,Fuel level Sensor,Temperature Sensor,Vibrations sensor,G-sensor,Small Printer

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Introduction to IRIDIUM Networks

The Iridium System is a satellite-based, wireless communications network providing a robust suite of Voice and Data services to virtually any destination anywhere on earth.

With 66 satellites forming a cross-linked grid above the Earth, the Iridium system is the first low-earth orbiting system for telephone service. Only 780km (450 miles) high, these satellites work different from those at a much higher orbit (26,000km) in two major ways. First they’re closes enough to receive the signals of a handheld device; and second, they act like cellular towers in the sky - where wireless signals can move overhead instead of through ground based cells.

Frequency Bands

  • Telephone & Messaging 1616-1625.5 MHz,L-band
  • Intersatellite Links 23.18-23.38 GHz, Ka-band
  • Ground Segment Links
  • Downlinks 19.4-19.6 GHz, Ka-band
  • Uplinks 29.1-29.3 GHz, Ka-band

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