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Spectralux Corporation’s Dlink+ all-in-one data communication system has been approved for use on Boeing 757-200/300 series aircraft.
Redmond, WA - Spectralux Corporation announced today that the FAA has granted STC approval for use of Dlink+ on the Boeing 757 series aircraft.
“The award of this STC is welcome news to all operators of Boeing 757 aircraft who want to implement ACARS functionality simply and cost-effectively” said Michael Burke, President of Spectralux Corporation.
Dlink+ provides an all-in-one communication management system with baseline ACARS, Aircraft Operational Control (AOC), VDL Mode 0/A/2 radio, intuitive pilot interface, Out/Off/On/In (OOOI), with customizable menus and frequency tables. Dlink+ offers growth to ATN/CPDLC in order to meet the forthcoming European mandate.
Dlink+ has multiple interfaces with systems such as Satellite Communications (Iridium / Inmarsat), cockpit printers (ARINC 740/744), ARINC-619-compatible cockpit devices, and Flight Management Systems (FMS).
Founded in 1973, Spectralux Corporation is one of the most dependable manufacturers of avionics in the aerospace/defense industry. The company’s industry-leading record of on-time delivery, quality, and support provides customer with the products and services they need, when they need them. For more information about Spectralux, visit www.spectralux.com
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