Phasor has been quite busy in order to announce a critical step forward in the productization of its new flat panel, electronically steered antenna (ESA) system. The company has demonstrated the transmission of live HD video over the Intelsat 903 satellite from its test site in Essex, UK.
Satellite fleet operator SES, in a direct challenge to competitors ViaSat, Eutelsat and Inmarsat, is investing $500 million in a large, all-Ka-band spot beam high-throughput satellite to launch over the Americas in 2020 for aeronautical connectivity and other mobility applications, industry officials said.
Antenna vendors are constantly innovating to meet the evolving demands of their customers. Today, perhaps more than ever, the onus is being placed upon manufacturers to create antennas that are smaller, lighter, and more powerful.
Ce système a été baptisé JRE (Joint Range Extension) L-16. Il est en cours de développement afin de permettre aux A330 MRTT, qui sont déjà équipés de la L-16, de disposer d'une capacité de transmission de donnée stratégique. Airbus DS travaille sur un système employant des liaisons par satellites.
A new Ka-band version has been added to the Satmove family of Satcom On The Move terminals, following the successful deployment of the X-band version of the terminal on recent French military operations.
C-Com Satellite Systems, in partnership with the University of Waterloo, is creating its first Phased Array Antenna (PAA), adding the company to a growing list of players designing phased array systems with confidence that this time they will see widespread adoption by the commercial sector.
Via Satellite 05-09-2016] In-Flight Entertainment and Connectivity (IFEC) provider Global Eagle Entertainment (GEE) is acquiring satellite connectivity provider EMC for $550 million, the companies announced this morning. The acquisition, anticipated to close during the third quarter of this year, is GEE’s biggest acquisition to date, and brings the company into new markets — most notably maritime communications.
Le Parisien Sequans Communications annonce que Thales a retenu la technologie de son jeu de circuits LTE pour permettre l’accès LTE à bord des avions dans le cadre du réseau d’aviation européen EAN (European Aviation Network), une solution d’accès large bande haute vitesse. Les produits d’accès LTE de Thales, appelés terminaux CGC (complementary ground component), …
Intelsat General, a wholly owned subsidiary of Intelsat S.A. (NYSE: “I”) announced today unprecedented performance in sending signals to and from a high-throughput Intelsat EpicNG satellite using a small, flat-panel antenna designed for aeronautical applications by Gilat Satellite Networks Ltd. (NASDAQ, TASE: GILT). A series of tests were performed using Gilat’s BlackRay 71 airborne terminal, …
This thought was one that permeated the thinking behind a survey of airline passengers by Honeywell (NYSE: HON) that revealed more than increased frustration with current in-flight, WiFi offerings, when compared to the company’s study that was conducted in 2014. Nearly 3 of 4 passengers are ready to switch airlines today to have access to a faster and more reliable WiFi connection. In addition, out of more than 1,000 American travelers polled, annoyance is growing, with just 22 percent reporting their in-flight Wi-Fi to be extremely reliable over the past 12 months, a dip from 27 percent in 2014.
Inmarsat Aviation’s Vice President of Strategy Frederik van Essen sees the Asia-Pacific region as a huge growth point for the satellite-based In-Flight Connectivity (IFC) market. Aviation mandates for flight tracking are pushing satellite-enabled IFC safety and cockpit services forward in China, making flight tracking capabilities a necessity for aircraft operating in China’s airspace.
Dassault Aviation has become the third business jet OEM to add ViaSat’s Ku-band in-flight connectivity system to its catalogue as a linefit option, and the satellite company is “in discussions” with other business aviation manufacturers with a view to adding them to the fold.
In the last few months alone, aeronautical in-flight connectivity (IFC) service providers have made numerous new deals with satellite operators for FSS and HTS capacity. Indeed, the latest announcement came from GoGo with SKY Perfect JSAT to expand FSS Ku-band services over Japan and the Pacific.
Delta Air Lines passengers will soon be able to experience faster Internet connectivity while in the air. The Atlanta-based airline announced a new deal with in-flight Wi-Fi provider Gogo to offer travelers more than 20 times more bandwidth than the current system.
Commercial aircraft connectivity markets are forecasted to reach retail revenues of $4.6 billion by 2025, according to Northern Sky Research’s (NSR) recent report, “Aeronautical Satcom Markets, 4th Edition.”
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