An Introduction to Airline Communication Types

| January 23, 2018

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Today’s global airliners use a wide array of communication types to ensure safe and efficient use of controlled airspace for flight operations. These communications technologies range from human/voice radio transmissions to transponders, GPS, ADS-B, ACARS, SATCOM, and 4G LTE. This white paper briefly describes each of these technologies along with sample use cases in the commercial airline industry.

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