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an interconnecting circuit between two or more locations for the purpose of transmitting and receiving data

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Data Link Solutions has seen some significant success with recent DoD contracts in the US, specifically for the Multifunctional Information Distribution System (MIDS), Joint Tactical Radio Systems (JTRS) terminals and the company sees further opportunities North of the border.
For example, confidentiality must be guaranteed when sensitive information is transmitted using the data link. The potential users of satellite communication are many, and achieving watertight security is a key element of the study.
Iran also, until recently, had relatively few fiber-optic data links and little mobile connectivity through its cellular networks.
The data link project essentially looked at the subset of companies in the SIRD that are also part of an MNC.
MLSG is a modular, scalable data link processor that provides standalone platform capability for new and existing platforms, with an upgrade path to Link 16, Link 22 and Variable Message Format (VMF) tactical data links (TDLs).
EoACA[pounds sterling]ARINC is making this investment today to serve a growing base of business and corporate aircraft in EMEA who are now using data link,EoACA[yen] stated Andy Hubbard, Managing Director, EMEA.
Provider of satellite and other digital communication products ViaSat Inc (Nasdaq:VSAT) and Tactical Communications Group (TCG), an independent provider of tactical data links (TDL), have signed a technology and marketing alliance agreement, the companies announced on Monday.
The Aircom data link system will be the first to come on board at BIA and will enable text based departure clearances to be issued by BIA Air Traffic Control (ATC) to departing aircraft.
The mission, which took place May 7, was part of an operational utility evaluation conducted by the Air National Guard/Air Force Reserve Test Center out of the Tucson International Airport to showcase the capabilities that a tactical data link brings to the mobility fight.
The Navy's Program Executive Office for Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (PEO C4I) announced the successful testing of two critical components of its planned upgrade to the Tactical Data Link (TDL) system aboard Navy ships.
BAE Systems, working under an $11.5 million Air Force contract with industry partners and the Air National Guard, incorporated and demonstrated the long-range data link capability to its Theater Airborne Reconnaissance System (TARS), a high-resolution, medium-altitude surveillance system.
WNC Data Link was ready for its first go-live in January 2006, and subsequent go-lives proceeded smoothly thereafter.
chose these lights for its new plastic optical fiber data link serial management interface solutions.
SkyWest renewed its multiyear deal with ARINC for data link services, including GlobaLink/VHF service enhanced with high-capacity VDL Mode2 protocol.