How To Use The GLE


How to Use the Global Xpress Link Emulator: Video Series

We have just released four new videos showing how to use the Global Xpress Link Emulator (GLE). Do you need more in depth information on the GLE or have any suggestions for our next videos, please contact us here

The ‘How to use the GLE’ series consists of four videos, covering different features of the tool:

  1.  Interface – This video is an introduction to basic operation of the GLE, the menus and how to monitor the behaviour of the emulated link.
  2.  Channel – Learn how to set up bandwidth and delay for the up- and downlink. This video also shows how to set up channel degradation (SNR), weather fades, beam handovers and blockage.
  3.  Congestion – Learn how to set up congestion and emulate data traffic from other users to see how it affects your available bandwidth.
  4.  Subscription – Finally, learn how to select a pre-defined or set up you own Inmarsat GX subscription plan, including subscribed bandwidth.


Any feedback on the videos or suggestions for future videos is much appreciated, please contact us here.

↓ Video 1 – Interface ↓

 Video 2 – Channel 

 Video 3 – Congestion 

 Video 4 – Subscription 

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