Transceiver

February 27, 2014 - 2:55pm

Aeronautical radio and audio communications systems manufacturer Technisonic Industries (Booth No. 3433) of Ontario, Canada, is launching the TDFM-9100, the latest addition to its line of P25 Phase I- and Phase II-compliant radios. Technisonic introduced its TDFM 9000 series–anchored by the TDFM-9000 and -9300–at Heli-Expo last year.

February 25, 2014 - 9:00pm

Dallas Avionics (Booth No. 6706) announced the completion of training for Tampa General Hospital pilots and crew on the medical center’s Bell 407 equipped with the Technisonic Industries TDFM-7000 transceiver.

February 25, 2014 - 6:00pm
Bell 407

Dallas Avionics (Booth No. 6706) announced the completion of training for Tampa General Hospital pilots and crew on the medical center’s Bell 407 equipped with the Technisonic Industries TDFM-7000 transceiver.

September 2, 2013 - 1:55pm

Federal officials, as well as Maine state police officers, are still trying to locate the person or people using a portable transceiver to jam the Unicom frequency at Central Maine Airport of Norridgewock (KOWK), 27 miles north of Augusta. The interference began about two weeks ago. Federal officials believe someone is deliberately holding down the transmit key on the portable transceiver, effectively blocking radio communications for nearby aircraft.

March 6, 2013 - 5:45pm

Technisonic Industries (Booth No. N1922) is here at Heli-Expo ’13 showing its latest VHF/FM transceiver. The TDFM-136B was designed specifically for operators of forestry missions that require compliance with the Project 25 suite of digital radio communications standards. The 3.5-pound transceiver is a drop-in replacement for existing approved radios. The company is hosting a briefing on its new products for airborne law enforcement and air medical operators at its booth today from 9:30 to 10 a.m.

October 13, 2011 - 2:36pm

International Communications Group (ICG) is teaming with Overlook Consulting to bring operational approval services for future air navigation system (Fans1/A) and polar routing to pilots and flight departments using ICG’s NxtLink Iridium transceivers.

June 3, 2009 - 5:22am

International Communications Group has introduced an Iridium-based data transceiver designed for sending and receiving Acars (aircraft reporting and receiving system) messages and for Link 2000/Fans communications. When connected to an aircraft’s communications management unit, the DL-100 transceiver uses the short-burst data functionality of the Iridium satellite network to send Acars and other messages.

May 13, 2009 - 10:05am

International Communications Group has introduced an Iridium-based data transceiver that’s designed for sending and receiving Acars (aircraft reporting and receiving system) messages and for Link 2000/FANS communications.

January 29, 2009 - 9:47am

International Communications Group of Newport News, Va., has received parts manufacturer authority (PMA) for the NxtLink ICS-120A and ICS-220A communication systems. The products offer flight deck voice and datalink services over the Iridium satellite network. ICG’s ICS-120A system incorporates a single Iridium transceiver and a short-burst-data (SBD) modem enabling connections to standard flight-deck voice and data systems.

October 2, 2008 - 6:23am

Embraer has chosen International Communications Group’s ICS-400 Iridium communication system as standard equipment for the Lineage 1000, the company announced.

 
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