With a few months late, Iridium has completed its Iridium NEXT satellite launch campaign (¹).
With its 75 new satellites by SpaceX successfully deployed over the past two years, Iridium has managed the feat of … Continue reading →
25 october 2018
Francis comments Off Update on tutorial "Take the weather satellite phone"
The first tutorial by Navigation Mac appeared in 2012 the iBook Store in French : "Take the weather satellite phone – MacBook – iPad – iPhone "is regularly updated to meet changing : update … Continue reading →
I relayed by an article published in 2014 on the blog Digital Yacht that provides an excellent discussion of the choice of the antenna to be installed for a transceiver AIS. You will find below a transcript freely adapted by my … Continue reading →
Disappeared when updating Weather4D Pro to Weather4D Routing (¹), Iridium satellites passage prediction comes back as a small standalone and free application : iWatchSat.
Presented with the same interface as Weather4D apps, … Continue reading →
10 April 2018
Francis comments Off Share on GRIB files with Air Share
You are more likely to have adopted the Iridium GO! for its easy way to request GRIB files, directly from Weather4D and some other applications. But some also want to transfer these files to PC for … Continue reading →
June 2012, I wrote a post on the future constellation of communications satellites Iridium NEXT. While intended for operational use in 2017, the calendar was shifted a few months. Actually, launching … Continue reading →
The recent update of the Iridium Mail app & Web gives me the opportunity to refresh the ticket originally written in December 2011.
WiFi Optimizer gateway RedPort the company allows to query and receive files … Continue reading →
Following my previous entries (¹) concerning this satellite communication device, I stayed wary on the interest of this product despite its indisputably innovative character, indisputable ergonomics, and an excellent quality/price ratio. The teething problems … Continue reading →
12 September 2015
Francis comments Off sur Iridium GO! finally corrects its shortcomings [Update]
Iridium has just published an update of its Iridium GO device firmware! to correct a number of dysfunctions, including the slowness of data transfers (Messaging, GRIB files, aso.) but also recurring communication problems … Continue reading →
The Department of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy, has published in date of 4 August a security alert Marina on led bulbs (¹). The text warns boaters of the potential interference … Continue reading →