Honeywell's JetWave satellite communication system is approved to access China Satcom's Ka high-throughput satellite network

Honeywell (NASDAQ: HON) MCS-8420 JetWave airborne satellite communication system has recently been approved by China Satcom Group Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "China Satcom") , authorized to access the China Satcom Ka high-throughput satellite network. The system has become the world's first Ka satellite communication terminal that has passed the complete forensics and testing process of China Satcom and was finally awarded the approval certificate.

After obtaining the approval for satellite launch of China Satcom's Ka terminal, Honeywell's MCS-8420 JetWave satellite communication system can be installed on a large scale on certified models. In this way, the in-flight connectivity and passenger experience of commercial flights will be greatly improved, and the competitiveness and profitability of Chinese airlines in the global aviation market will also be further enhanced. Honeywell is actively discussing and promoting the deployment of high-speed Internet access on board with a number of Chinese airlines.

Honeywell's MCS-8420 model Jetwave satellite communication system is designed to connect to China's Ka-band satellite network and can be deployed in connectivity solutions for China's airline fleet. After the installation of the system, the fleet can access high-speed Internet, which not only enables passengers to experience high-speed Wi-Fi at an altitude of 10,000 meters, but also helps the crew to better manage the aircraft, reduce fleet fuel costs and avoid aircraft delays.

Honeywell's MCS-8420 model Jetwave satellite communication system prototype was first launched in 2018 and unveiled at the first China International Import Expo. In 2019, Honeywell Connected Aircraft conducted flight and ground tests in China with the JetWave satellite communication system, showing positive results. In August this year, Honeywell's MCS-8420 Jetwave satellite communication system received the Supplementary Type Approval (VSTC) for the Airbus A320 family of aircraft issued by the Civil Aviation Administration of China.

Osram helps XGIMI projectors achieve brightness and more brilliant colors

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