Iridium Pilot® Land Station

The Global Solution for Terrestrial Broadband Communications

Iridium Pilot® Land Station

Engineered and built to perform everywhere

Dependable communications – anywhere sky meets earth

Whether you are responding to disaster, operating a remote mine, or ensuring business continuity, you need to stay connected at all times. Iridium Pilot Land Station simplifies the world of terrestrial satellite communications, ensuring reliable data speeds and voice quality no matter where need or circumstance takes you, making it the connection of choice in much of the world – and the only choice in the rest of it.

Simple, flexible terrestrial voice and data solutions

Iridium Pilot Land Station is engineered for durability in harsh environments and delivers reliable communications performance and value in a variety of fixed and mobile applications – everywhere on the planet. In one flexible, low-cost platform, Iridium Pilot Land Station supports data applications such as email, web browsing or social media, as well as lines for up to three simultaneous voice calls, even during data transmission. The rugged unit is simple to mount on your building at base-camp or on platforms for deployment in remote location.

Markets and Applications

  • Global business continuity
  • Remote humanitarian aid and education
  • Disaster recovery
  • Science and exploration
  • Oil & gas, mining and forestry
  • Seasonal adventure and recreation

Key Features & Benefits

  • Pole-to-pole global coverage
  • Reliable high-speed data
  • 3 independent voice lines
  • Durable construction
  • Performs in any conditions
  • Easy to install
  • Fixed applications
  • Two-year limited warranty


  • Height: 8.0 in (203 mm)
  • Diameter: 22.8 in (580 mm)
  • Weight: 27.6 lb (12.5 kg)
Indoor Unit
  • Length: 7.78 in (200 mm)
  • Width: 9.84 in (250 mm)
  • Height: 2.17 in (55 mm)
  • Weight: 2.98 lb (1.35 kg)
  • Up to 134 kbps bidirectional with Iridium OpenPort broadband service
  • 3 independent lines for simultaneous use
  • Global, pole-to-pole

Reliability Above All sm

In early 2019, Iridium completed the $3 billion Iridium NEXT mission, which completely replaced the first-generation Iridium constellation. With an upgraded network, Iridium is poised now more than ever to meet the growing demand for global communications on land, at sea, and in the skies – far into the future.

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