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Gore cable assemblies powering SmartSky Networks

SmartSky Networks logo - powered by Gore assembliesGore Microwave/RF Assemblies are helping SmartSky Networks launch the next-generation of inflight connectivity above the clouds.

SmartSky selected Gore’s vapor-sealed 7 Series for their new inflight connectivity system, which provides travellers with a true 4G LTE air-to-ground (ATG) connection in aircraft such as the Embraer ERJ-135 operated by JetSuiteX.

SmartSky’s inflight connectivity system using Gore’s 7 Series has just received STC (Supplemental Type Certificate) approval for the Embraer ERJ-145. The certificate is required by the U.S. FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) for any modifications to an aircraft’s original design.

Gore worked closely with SmartSky’s STC partners to ensure the reliability of the system in a moisture-rich environment.

With more than 1,200 in service, the ERJ-145 is the largest twin-engine regional jet in a family that also includes the ERJ-135 and ERJ-140.

Darren Emery, Vice President for Product Support at SmartSkym said: “Gore’s well-earned reputation within the industry made choosing their routable cable assembly technology an easy decision.

“Gore’s 7 Series is high performance and exceptionally reliable, enabling a real fit-and-forget installation to exceed our customers’ expectations now and for many years to come.”

Jeremy Moore, Global Product Specialist for Gore’s Civil Aerospace Team, said: “SmartSky’s innovative system, combined with our vapor-sealed assemblies, will enable an extremely compelling user experience and set a new standard for the industry.”

Gore Microwave/RF Assemblies, 7 Series with robust connector options improve signal integrity and speed with low loss up to 40 GHz making them an ideal solution for SmartSky’s new high-speed ATG technology.

They are designed precisely to prevent the ingress of water vapor, fuel, and other hazardous contaminants commonly found in airborne environments.

With smaller diameters, more flexibility and tighter bend radius, these assemblies also meet the complex routing requirements of SmartSky’s tight platforms without breaking or failing.

Gore’s 7 Series was also instrumental in helping SmartSky continue to stay on schedule with deploying their King Air B200 airborne test platform developed to optimize their new ATG network and test future technologies and applications.

The vapor-sealed 7 Series complements Gore’s broad catalogue of aerospace solutions — including coaxial and microwave/RF assemblies, high-speed data cables, aircraft sealants and more.

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Gore cable assemblies powering SmartSky Networks was last modified: April 2nd, 2019 by Steve Nichols
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