ground-to-air communications

ground-to-air communications

One-way communication from stations or locations on the surface of the earth to aircraft (ICAO).
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The focus of the PRANG's assistance was to help re-establish local and ground-to-air communications and to re-establish radar coverage of the air space above the island and surrounding area.
He continued that: "if you optimise one waveform for ground-to-ground communications, it might not work so well for ground-to-air communications.
Northrop Grumman Corporation's (NYSE: NOC) UK-based air traffic management communications systems subsidiary, Northrop Grumman Park Air Systems, said it has been awarded a contract by South Korea's Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport to provide additional air traffic communication system sites for delivering ground-to-air communications for the Incheon, South Korea air traffic control centre.
That means more investment in secure ground-to-ground and ground-to-air communications, and it also means building up the air force, which has atrophied since the Civil War .
Julien Dezemery, Chief of French Detachment and John Mahaffey, NATO Communications and Information Agency, NATO Airborne Early, talked about the role of the JTAC and interoperability challenges in digital ground-to-air communications during a media conference Sept.
The $25 million order will begin a new chapter in ground-to-air communications as the next-generation radios deliver crisp, clear communication between pilots and air traffic controllers.
The Harris radios will provide Poland's armed forces with secure wideband combat net radio, tactical satellite and ground-to-air communications.
The presence of an AN/PRC-152/VRC-110 gives the commander many more options including beyond line-of-sight communications (via TACSAT), ground-to-air communications (via UHF) and civil-military communications (via APCO-P25) In addition to SINCGARS
The UK's Park Air Systems has announced the award of a contract from the UAE's General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) to supply its nationwide ground-to-air communications system that connects pilots with air traffic controllers.
In the past, ground-to-air communications has been a matter of remembering to bring that extra radio, a circumstance the origins of which stem from the laws of physics.
On ground-to-air communications, Brigadier Freer wrote: "We were fortunate that an inadequate system was not put to the test.
On ground-to-air communications, he wrote: "We were fortunate that an inadequate system was not put to the test.