General Aviation

Now, same bandwidth is available for business and regional jets and performance to the video streaming like in commercial widebody aircraft interiors, Hamburg, available April 9, 2013 Kontron expands its industry-leading cab-n-connect wireless-access point product line VDC version, which specifically instead of AC network for use in business and regional jets with DC power supply is designed for cabin (cabin wireless access points – CWAPs) with a new 28. The professional wireless access points use the IEEE 802 11n specification and thus increase the maximum amount of bandwidth for wireless clients on up to 300 megabits per second (Mbps). They are backward compatible to the standards 802.11 a / b / g and is based on Motorola’s advanced access-point technology. The Kontron cab-n-connect product family offers secure wireless connectivity for commercial airlines, the General Aviation and support now the DC needs of smaller business input voltage with the launch of version with 28 and Regional jets. In addition, the access point allows the simultaneous dual-band operation in the 2.4 and 5 GHz band, conforms to the I/O requests of the ARINC 763 and can both in the cabin wireless LAN mode ‘ also terminal wireless LAN mode ‘ be operated.

Kontron presents the cab-n-connect CWAP at the aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, 9-11 April 2013, on its booth #6A42. Offered by the increasing bandwidth demands in the cabin of the aircraft, as well as the trend of video streaming for passengers, existing 802.11a/b/g no longer sufficient wireless access points in a plane, high bandwidth to provide a greater number of passengers”, says Andy Mason, business line manager, commercial avionics with Kontron. The Kontron cab-n-connect uses a unique adaptive architecture with intelligent and automatic features, the overall performance and the user experience for passengers and all to improve – combined with reduced overall costs for airlines and aircraft owners. We are convinced that our Access point offers significantly higher performance than comparable competitive solutions.

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