Case 4-2

Case 4-2 - MIS 245-101 Intro to MIS NJIT Prof Jose C Casal...

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MIS 245-101 Intro. to MIS Prof. Jose C. Casal NJIT Fall 2008 Name: Carrie Ann Deis Case: 4-2 Date: 10/8/2008 E-Enabling is the newest in airplane technology. It pioneers being able to relay information from aircrafts in flight to central ground stations in a minimal amount of time. E-Enabling allows for speedier maintenance, better customer service and most importantly prevention of the variety of catastrophes associated with airplanes. E- Enabling consists of three major components, a ground, satellite, and airplane central system. Each system has two parts, a forward link and a return link, to send and retrieve data via satellite between the ground and airborne terminals. Each terminal must share transponders to enable aircrafts to receive messages from different ground stations and vise versa. i Antennas are required on both land and airborne stations to retrieve signals. Ground networks must also be able to communicate with one another so a ground network is needed. The aircraft station must have an interface to link the system with
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2008 for the course MIS 245 taught by Professor Casal during the Spring '08 term at NJIT.

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Case 4-2 - MIS 245-101 Intro to MIS NJIT Prof Jose C Casal...

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