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Japan certification for Intellian Fleet Xpress antennas

Intellian reports that its GX100 and GX60 Inmarsat Fleet Xpress terminals have now been granted certification by TELEC, a radio equipment certification and testing body based in Japan.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}Terminal equipment operating on a Japanese telecommunications carrier network is required to undergo a connectivity test to verify whether the terminal conforms to standards set by Japan’s Telecommunication Business Act. However, this is not required if the equipment has already been approved by a registered approval body. TELEC was confirmed as an approval body by the Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications in 2014.

“This full certification acknowledges Intellian’s commitment to ensuring that its antennas conform to all regulations and meet the highest technical standards in its customers’ markets,” said Eric Sung, CEO of Intellian.

“This development now also makes Inmarsat’s FX service available to major shipping companies in Japan with Intellian’s GX100 and GX60 terminals. The customers with an existing Intellian 1m Ku-GX convertible antenna, v100GX, are also able to use the Inmarsat FX service by upgrading the system with the GX upgrade kit. The upgrade is simple, and takes less than 20 minutes.”{/mprestriction}

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