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#7
wave_dodger said:
Sadly its no use at all for C2..
Something that's been in use in the SurFlot for 12 years is newsworthy???

Well at least the crew will have decent quality TV whilst they're alongside :D, that was after all the main driver for that particular project, the IS link was an afterthought. Or am I just being cynical...
 

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#9
shaddythers said:
We already have a quality tv picture whilst alongside mate.
The bigger issues are with connectivity for JPA etc.
Makes a change, but will it last when you reach Fasers? Your new jetty looks good, but I'm worried reading these babcock posters stating "60 days to go". :wink:
 

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#10
shaddythers said:
We already have a quality tv picture whilst alongside mate.
The bigger issues are with connectivity for JPA etc.
I'd suggest rather than JPA, which is better when managed in off-line mode, you'd be better off with bandwidth via ESIX for CSS, SIPR and Coalition systems.................Its not as though you'd be banging in umpteen travel claims at PD!
 
#11
wave_dodger said:
shaddythers said:
We already have a quality tv picture whilst alongside mate.
The bigger issues are with connectivity for JPA etc.
I'd suggest rather than JPA, which is better when managed in off-line mode, you'd be better off with bandwidth via ESIX for CSS, SIPR and Coalition systems.................Its not as though you'd be banging in umpteen travel claims at PD!
The article is about SAS, not ESIX though.
 
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