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FB250
Product Description
The JRC FB250 (Model JUE-250) is a compact satellite
telecommunications equipment designed for maritime use via
th
Inmarsat 4
generation satellites (I-4). It supports telephony voice,
fax, and packet data services in a multi-user environment. JUE-
250 is a two-module design consisting of an above-deck unit
(ADE) and a below deck unit (BDE) connected by a coaxial cable.
The ADE is assembly of an antenna, 3-axis stabilizer, antenna
control and other RF components housed in a weather sealed
dome about 35 cm in diameter and height, weighing less than 7.5
kg. The BDE consists of electronic modules housed in a compact,
rugged metal chassis, which can be mounted either on wall or
desktop. The terminal requires a 24 DC source with minimum
110W output.
ADE
1
2
3
Service Description
JUE-250
DRAFT
BDE
6
4
5
Quick Operating Guide
Services are provided through a Distribution Partner (DP), e.g.
KDDI,
VIZADA,
MVS
and
FleetBroadBand (FBB) network. Services include
• Voice: Low-rate 4kbps call by analog phone, or
ISDN call over 3.1KHz audio channel
• Fax:
G3 Fax call over ISDN 3.1KHz audio channel
• Data: Packet data up to 284Kbps on shared channel, or
Reserved service at 32, 64, or 128Kbps rate
Initial Setup
• Install LaunchPad: FBB LaunchPad is a man-machine
interface software on PC designed to assist terminal users to
access, manage, and monitor JUE-250 operations. To install,
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Insert the Installation CD into your PC's CD drive;
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Follow the installation guide;
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Connect PC to JUE-250 via USB or LAN port
• Install SIM Card: Like a cell phone, JUE-250 needs a valid
SIM card (supplied by your DP) in order to work. The SIM
card is installed in the BDE front panel slot as follows (see
diagrams on the left):
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Press yellow button (e.g. with ball pen tip) to eject
black SIM card holder;
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Pull out the black holder;
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Slide SIM card to holder until it clicks (gold chip
should face you);
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Insert holder (gold chip face down) back into BDE slot
• Connect DTE: Connect your PCs, telephone, fax machine,
video conferencing unit, etc. (DTE) to JUE-250 through BDE
back panel ports.
No. Port Name
Type
1
TEL1
RJ-11
2
TEL2
RJ-11
3
Handset
12-Pin Jack
4
USB
USB
5
Ethernet
RJ-45
6
Audio
RJ-45
Stratos
under
Inmarsat
Connectible Devices
Analog phone, G3 fax machine
Analog phone, G3 fax machine
JRC special handset
PC with serial USB port
LAN Hub, PC or VCU w/ LAN
ISDN phone, ISDN TA

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   Summary of Contents for JRC JUE-250

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    Follow the installation guide; Connect PC to JUE-250 via USB or LAN port • Install SIM Card: Like a cell phone, JUE-250 needs a valid SIM card (supplied by your DP) in order to work. The SIM card is installed in the BDE front panel slot as follows (see diagrams on the left): Press yellow button (e.g.

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    SIM card inserted, and all cables properly connected, start any one of the phones connected to TEL1, TEL2, or Handset κ the JUE-250 by pressing down the power toggle switch on port . User may also call ISDN high quality voice via Audio the BDE front panel.

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    Here are some general (subject to carrier bandwidth availability). Streaming service rules users should be aware of and expect when using JUE-250 for at 32, 64, or 128 kbit/s are charged by time, not by data traffic service.

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    Reselect satellite through but no packet Wait for some user to get off. data service properly JRC handset ? menu. Someone is engaging 128 Check if anyone is still on Satellite signal Line of sight is partially Check and remove if any kbps Streaming service 128kbps streaming.

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