Aeronautical Broadband Solutions High-Speed Connectivity in the Air When it comes to the passenger experience, providing reliable in-flight Wi-Fi is no longer a perk of travel; it’s a necessity. And being able to send and receive email is not enough: passengers want to surf the web, hold video calls and stream movies. In short, they expect a “living room experience” in the air with high speeds and plenty of bandwidth. On top of that, flight safety can be enhanced by sensor data and constant equipment monitoring, and crews need instant access to information – from weather to air traffic to security. With the ultimate in flexibility, airline service providers can design their own aeronautical mobility solutions by purchasing from Hughes: high density satellite capacity focused on coverage over the Americas, satellite capacity in other regions of the world from Hughes partners, operational and network management services, and systems including a high-performance, high-throughput satellite modem system or "Modman" capable of supporting two modems, dual-band (Ku/Ka) aero antenna, and gateways. Find the Aeronautical Mobility Solution that's Right for You Managed Aero Capacity Using The JUPITER System Aero Solution For airline service providers serving North and South American airlines, the fully integrated JUPITER™ System mobility solution delivers the capacity density necessary to keep airplanes full of passengers connected with high speeds and reliable service from gate to gate. The solution combines Hughes JUPITER Ka-band High-Throughput Satellite (HTS) capacity with JUPITER System gateways and terminals as well as network management and operational support. JUPITER System for Aeronautical Applications Anywhere in the World In service across hundreds of commercial aircraft, the JUPITER System for aeronautical service enables high performing and efficient in-flight connectivity to support passenger, crew and equipment connectivity. Using Ka- and Ku-band satellite capacity, the JUPITER System delivers reliable in-flight connections with throughputs of up to 600 Mbps with our dual-modem Modman. This dual-band system enables operators to make use of the best available satellite capacity over each flight route—including Ku- and Ka-band fabrics worldwide. The system provides enough bandwidth to deliver connectivity to a commercial airplane full of bandwidth-hungry passengers. LEARN HOW DUAL-BAND CAN HELP Connectivity without the Gaps: Aero Roaming Operational around the world, the JUPITER System supports roaming across JUPITER-driven implementations. Due to the vast reach of the system, any airline service provider operating a JUPITER System can provide gate-to-gate uninterrupted service for flights traveling from one part of the world to another. As the aircraft flies, the onboard JUPITER Modman automatically switches between beams and satellites; multiple JUPITER systems deployed around the world have the capability of seamless roaming across airline service provider networks, subject to agreements among operators. Architecture of the JUPITER System for Aero Mobility JUPITER System Mobility Features Mobility Features of the JUPITER System for Aero include: OpenAMIP Support Beam and Satellite Switching Uninterrupted User Traffic Global Roaming Enhanced Power Control Algorithm Return Channel (Inroute) Spreading Mobility Gateway Demodulator Regulatory Controls DVB-S2X Forward Channels Return Channels with ACM DOWNLOAD THE FULL MOBILITY FEATURES OVERVIEW Related ResourcesSee all ResourcesData SheetsHT2010 Satellite RouterSeptember 17, 2020HT2300 Satellite RouterSeptember 17, 2020HT2010W Satellite RouterSeptember 17, 2020HT2524 Satellite RouterSeptember 17, 2020JUPITER™ System with DVB-S2XJuly 16, 2018Hughes Dual-band (Ka/Ku) In-flight Connectivity SystemSeptember 15, 2017HT2500 Satellite RouterMarch 13, 2017HT2000 Satellite RouterSeptember 26, 2016JUPITER System Auto Cross-Pol Commissioning ToolFebruary 03, 2016HT1400 JUPITER™ System RouterJuly 01, 2015HT1300 JUPITER™ System Router Multi-BandMarch 11, 2015Hughes HeloSat SolutionЗЕМНАЯ СТАНЦИЯ СПУТНИКОВОЙ СВЯЗИ (ЗССС) ТИПА HT1200 (Russian Version)HT1200 JUPITER™ System Router Ka-/Ku-BandЗЕМНАЯ СТАНЦИЯ СПУТНИКОВОЙ СВЯЗИ (ЗССС) ТИПА HT1300 (Russian Version)InfographicsJUPITER Infographic for SchoolsJuly 14, 2020JUPITER System InfographicJune 10, 2020Cellular Backhaul by SatelliteJune 10, 2020Bandwidth Savings on Satellite ImplementationsHughes Maritime Mobility SolutionsArticlesHT1200 JUPITER™ System Router Ka-/Ku-BandNews ArticlesThales and SES Select Hughes for Next-Generation Aviation Connectivity Network to Provide Increased Capacity, Coverage and Redundancy over the AmericasMarch 08, 2017Hughes Announces JUPITER Aero System Offering Industry’s Fastest In-Flight Internet ConnectivityMarch 07, 2017Gilat and Hughes to Unveil High Performance Dual-Band Aero Antenna for In-Flight Connectivity (IFC) at Satellite 2017March 02, 2017Hughes Jupiter System Extends Broadband Access to Rural MexicoJune 27, 2016Global Eagle Entertainment and Hughes Expand 10-Year Relationship to Bring High-Throughput Ka-band Connectivity Services to North American AirlinesMarch 21, 2016VideosRain Fade MitigationAugust 10, 20164:19Hughes JUPITER Web Acceleration SystemApril 05, 20162:18JUPITER Cellular Backhaul1:39White PapersJUPITER System for Satellite Backhaul of 3G/4G/LTE NetworksJuly 16, 2018JUPITER™ System Virtual Network Operator (VNO) CapabilitiesJuly 16, 2018JUPITER™ System and Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)July 16, 2018Hughes JUPITER Aeronautical SolutionAugust 15, 2017Equalization and Predistortion for Mitigation of VSAT Channel ImpairmentsJuly 31, 2016JUPITER™ System Bandwidth EfficiencyNovember 29, 2015JUPITER IPv6 Transport BenefitsSeptember 01, 2015The View from JUPITER: High-Throughput Satellite SystemsSeptember 01, 2015BrochuresJUPITER System Mobility FeaturesJuly 17, 2020Powering a Connected FutureMay 06, 2020Case StudiesMedia Networks Latin America (MNLA)January 15, 2015 Let's Put the JUPITER Aeronautical Solution to Work for You First Name Last Name Phone Number Email Campaign ID CAPTCHA This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.