Presentation on theme: "GLOBALink (HFDL and SATCOM)"— Presentation transcript:
1 GLOBALink (HFDL and SATCOM) inkSMAMCPWGM2-WP_____GLOBALink (HFDL and SATCOM)UpdatePrepared For:ICAO WG-M2April 2001
2 HFDL Statistics 14 ground stations 23 customers including the USAF San Francisco, CA, U.S.AMolokai, HI, U.S.A.Reykjavik, IcelandRiverhead, NY, U.S.A.Auckland, New ZealandHat Yai, ThailandShannon, IrelandJohannesburg, South AfricaBarrow, AK, U.S.A.Santa Cruz, BoliviaKrasnoyarsk, RussiaAgana, GuamBahrain (planned 2001)Canary Islands (planned 2001)23 customers including the USAFOver 145 HFDL-equipped aircraftOver 100 aircraft added since January 2000Traffic currently exceeding 60,000 kilobits per monthMore than doubled traffic over same period in 200050% increase in traffic from Jan 2001 to Feb 2001
7 HFDL ATS Validation Trials Now Underway ParticipantsNavCanadaContinental AirlinesMessage setWaypoint position report (WPR) via HFDL to CADS to NavCanadaPerformance goal50% of downlink messages received within 3 minutes95% of downlink messages received within 5 minutesFirst test flight - 7 February, EWR - ZUR6 WPRs sentAverage latency time = secondsTrials are currently limited by the small number of appropriately equipped aircraft
8 HFDL 2001 Plans Complete HFDL ground station installations Bahrain - 2nd Quarter 2001Canary Islands - 3rd Quarter 2001Upgrade Krasnoyarsk, Russia Antennas - Spring 2001Expand ATS acceptance trialsNorth Polar routesNavCanada / FAA of RussiaAdditional regionsSeeking FANS capable / HFDL-equipped participant airlines and sponsor CAAs for trials
9 GLOBALink US Industry Milestones HFDLRTCA MOPSPublished as DO-265 Dec 2000RTCA MASPSScheduled for Ballot Oct 2001 w/ Publication 1Q02AMS(R)SPublished as DO-262 Dec 2000Out for Ballot w/ Publication Nov 2001AMSSChange D AMSS MOPS Published as DO-262D Dec 2000
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