Such fuel cells could enable an airplane to stay in the air for up to six months at a time, according to SkyTower. SkyTower says that the extremely tight turning circle of the Pathfinder-Plus means that the plane stays within a small area throughout its flight--so people on the ground will not have to keep moving their receiving equipment to track it. This suggests that SkyTower's technology is ideal for broadband fixed wireless access and digital television services, but the company says it should be of interest to 3G operators as well.
"Given the amount of money that wireless service providers have spent on spectrum licenses for both fixed and mobile applications, these SkyTower tests should be of great interest," Hindle said, AeroVironment esquire series for iphone 6/6s has been working on solar-powered plans for many years, Its projects include Helios, a solar-powered plane somewhat similar to Pathfinder-Plus, Last year Helios flew to 96,500 feet, higher than any non-rocket-powered plane had ever managed before, ZDNet U.K.'s Graeme Wearden reported from London..
Is it a bird? No, it's SkyTower's solar-powered plane, which the company says could stay aloft for six months while beaming 3G mobile and broadband to otherwise inaccessible spots. Monrovia, Calif.-based SkyTower announced Tuesday that over the last few weeks it has successfully carried out a number of tests that suggest broadcasters and mobile telecommunications operators could use its stratospheric telecommunication platform commercially. Working with NASA and the Japanese Ministry of Telecommunications, SkyTower launched a solar-powered plane called Pathfinder-Plus. After climbing to 65,000 feet above the Hawaiian island of Kauai, the unoccupied Pathfinder-Plus transmitted several hours of third-generation mobile voice, data and video service to the ground, where it was received on a standard NTT DoCoMo 3G handset.
CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, Assets: $104 billion as of March 31, Subsidiaries: WorldCom claims ownership of or a stake in a number of esquire series for iphone 6/6s divisions, including these: UUNet, a global Internet Protocol backbone system, MCI Group, a long-distance carrier, CompuServe, an e-mail provider, Digex, a Web-hosting service, SkyTel, provider of one-way and advanced messaging services, Embratel Participacoes, Brazil's market leader in data services, Source: Reuters..
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