Tag Archives: L-band

Susan Miller: Inmarsat Government to Offer L-Band Airborne ISR Service for US Public Sector

A U.S.-based, wholly owned subsidiary of Inmarsat has completed airborne testing of its L-band Airborne Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance service that works to provide up to 10 Mbps broadband data transmission rate. Inmarsat Government said Thursday public sector customers can use LAISR for applications such as unmanned aircraft systems, signals intelligence and synthetic aperture radar support …

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Inmarsat Unveils Military Satcom Service Offerings; Peter Hadinger Comments

Inmarsat has started offering wideband communications services to U.S. military customers through the company’s mobile satellite networks. The Inmarsat-5 Global Xpress satcom coverage has been expanded to deliver Ka-band connectivity for aeronautical and ground missions across the Indian Ocean, the company said Monday. GX employs fixed and steerable beam technology …

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Cobham, Addvalue Technologies to Build Inmarsat Satcom Terminals; Frank Coles Comments

Inmarsat has tapped Cobham SATCOM and Addvalue Technologies to manufacture terminals for an Inmarsat satellite communications service targeted toward maritime leisure and fishing enthusiasts. The Fleet One service offering is scheduled to launch in the second quarter of 2014 and is built to provide data and voice connectivity among daytime …

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Inmarsat Holds Industry, Gov’t Maritime Panel; Chris McLaughlin Comments

Inmarsat brought together maritime industry experts and parliamentary representatives at the company’s London office for an Industry and Parliament Trust panel discussion. Topics included marine conservation and illegal fishing, maritime security and the role of e-navigation in promoting shipping competition, Inmarsat said Thursday. The company also presented the Global Xpress system, a …

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