Thuraya MCD Voyager is a ‘Mobile Communications Device’ that delivers superior mobility without compromising on connectivity. The MCD Voyager integrates the high performance Thuraya IP Voyager into a ruggedized self-contained, auto-pointing satellite broadband terminal.
Thuraya MCD Voyager comes with a click and go feature. Operated by a single button, it connects with Thuraya network and automatically establishes a Wi-Fi internet hotspot for any wireless device within a 100 meter range.
Designed to be operated by anyone, with no training or certification necessary, the Thuraya MCD Voyager terminal boasts IP broadband speeds of up to 444kbps, while stationary or on the move.
No pointing or aiming required, the MCD Voyager is an auto-pointing Thuraya satellite terminal that allows users to connect online in less than a minute by creating a powerful Wi-Fi hotspot accessible by any wireless device within a 100 meter range.
Thuraya MCD Voyager requires no training and can be operated by anyone.
Ideal for on-the-move operations that require rapid response: simply place the Thuraya MCD Voyager under an open sky, on top of a rock and switch it on.
Contained in a watertight, crush proof, dust proof reinforced plastic case, Thuraya MCD Voyager operates under extreme environments from -25°C to +70°C (-13°F to 158°F). It works in heavy rain and up to 20mm of ice. The case is designed to allow it to fully function even with the lid closed. Environmentally rated IP66, it is immune to water jets from any direction. Thuraya MCD Voyager operates for up to 5 hours on the internal battery, or continuously if a power source is available.
Boasting speeds of up to 444kbps, Thuraya MCD Voyager is the only terminal in the market capable of achieving streaming IP speeds of up to 384kbps.
Thuraya MCD Voyager can be configured to allow users to manage their upload and download speeds to match their usage and ensure significant savings. Thuraya is the first mobile satellite services operator to provide asymmetric streaming capabilities for its broadband devices.