Satellite datalink transceiver

  • 18-Dec-2008 04:38 EST
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The MLX770 two-way datalink transceiver from Avidyne Corp. is designed to enhance safety for general aviation pilots around the world using WSI InFlight Weather via the Iridium Satellite Network. The device has been approved to TSO C159 for "Avionics Supporting Next Generation Satellite Systems." Using the firm's Network Operations Center as well as the 66-satellite global Iridium Satellite Network, the system delivers strategic datalink weather services to Entegra- and EX500-equipped aircraft operating throughout the world, including Europe, Australia, and Latin America.
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