Swift 64
Swift 64

The Inmarsat satellite communications network is the backbone for two-way voice, fax and data services for aircraft operating virtually anywhere in the world.  By using Inmarsat consortium partners, Satcom Direct’s patented technology makes the complex Inmarsat network global and user friendly.Various Inmarsat ground earth stations support different services. Customers have operational problems if their satcom system is not configured to match the Inmarsat ground earth station capabilities – Satcom Direct® configures

each satcom system to match the Inmarsat service to assure reliable Inmarsat global mobile to fixed and fixed to mobile communications.

Swift 64 – in its basic 64kbps-per-channel form, Swift 64 provides ample bandwidth for TCP/IP applications such as high-quality voice, email, internet and intranet access, large file transfer and videoconferencing. Data rates can be increased to 256kbps through channel bonding and even further through data compression. Swift 64 avionics are compatible with Inmarsat’s Aero H / H+ high-gain antennas and onboard infrastructure, which are already installed on many airliners and corporate jets. This makes it a very economical upgrade from earlier Inmarsat services.

  • 64kbps data per channel
  • One, two and four-channel avionics
  • Standalone or simultaneous operation with Inmarsat H/H+ through the same high-gain antenna
  • Upgradeable to SwiftBroadband (depending on existing equipment)

Swift 64 Advantages

  • Safe operations
    Our safety services were the first to comply with ICAO requirements.
  • Global coverage
    Ensures aircraft maintain constant connectivity with air traffic control and ground-based networks.
  • Flexibility
    A single installation enables a diverse range of cockpit and cabin applications.
  • High performance
    Broadband data services that enable the ‘connected aircraft’ of the future.
  • Cost-effective
    Scalable, cost-efficient bandwidth, as and when required.
  • Easy installation
    An Inmarsat-enabled antenna is now common on most current-production corporate jets.

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