aircraft antenna

aircraft antenna

[′er‚kraft an′ten·ə]
(electronics)
An airborne device used to detect or radiate electromagnetic waves.
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UKPRwire, Wed Dec 20 2017] According to the new market research report "Aircraft Antenna Market by End User (OEM, Aftermarket), Application (Communication, Navigation & Surveillance), Platform (Aircraft, UAV), Frequency Band (VHF & UHF Band, Ka/Ku/K Band, HF Band, X Band, C Band), Region - Global Forecast to 2022", The aircraft antenna market is estimated to be USD 310.
Astronics AeroSat, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Astronics Corporation (NASDAQ:ATRO), has launched its latest aircraft antenna system, the FliteStream F-310, the company said.
Astronics Corporation, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Astronics AeroSat, announced its latest aircraft antenna system, the FliteStream F-310.
The service delivers data applications, like e-mail and video communications at 64Kbit/s, and utilises existing aircraft antenna onboard around 75% of modern long-haul aircraft.
Hiding the US Navy's E-6B Take Charge and Move Out (TACAMO) aircraft antenna would also pose a challenge.
In the world of aircraft VHF transceivers, 6 watts of output isn't a powerhouse, but it's sufficient for lower altitudes as long the aircraft antenna system is kept up to snuff (the more powerful TY92 transceiver is rated at 16 watts, which is jet-caliper).
The Row 44 VOD service utilizes the same equipment as its satellite Internet service, but without an aircraft antenna, the company said.
The company also has a history of making high-quality aircraft antennas, plus lightning diversion strips.
Seymour "Si" Robin -- Robin is an aviation innovator who has designed aircraft antennas and other airborne communications systems for many years.
Dependence of error probability for a BPSK modulation scheme on satellite and aircraft antennas diameter: circles - with convolutional coding (rate 3/4, constraint length K = 7); receiver noise temperature is 20 K (dashed lines) and 290 K (solid lines); phase and frequency offsets are equal to zero; HPA back-off level is 7 dB; free space path loss is 250 dB; satellite phase noise is negligible
This product does so while providing improved electrical bonding between aircraft aluminum substrate, mounting base of aircraft antennas, and static-discharger mounts.
At GTE, he was responsible for the design and testing of aircraft antennas for ECM equipment Since 1959, he has operated his own sales representative company, marketing and distributing a wide variety of microwave components.

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