Interoperable with ARSTRAT-certified MILSATCOM terminals and available worldwide
Inmarsat’s global high-capacity steerable antennas operate in the military Ka-band and allow authorized military users to access reliable and highly available wideband capacity as part of their own independent network.
Inmarsat’s high-capacity steerable beams operating in the military Ka-band allow NATO and AUSCANZUKUS-authorized military users to access reliable and highly available wideband capacity as part of their own independent network. Military Ka-band beams operate in loopback or connect into Inmarsat or government-owned Satellite Access Stations. Users access Inmarsat military wideband capacity with terminals that are fully compatible with military satellite systems, such as the Wideband Global SATCOM (WGS) system, to fulfill their requirements and enhance their flexibility of operations cost-effectively.
On land, in the air or at sea, Department of Defense users can steer this interoperable capacity anywhere within the field of view of each satellite to complement WGS coverage. They can connect their existing WGS-certified terminals to a government-defined location, or through Inmarsat-provided Global Xpress secure enclaves into their preferred Point of Presence. With Global Xpress, military users get assured redundancy, diversity, protection, scalability and global portability – the ultimate resilience approach.