The systems provide operators with the ability to access Inmarsat's Aero-H, Aero-I and SwiftBroadband service for aeronautical satellite communications with multi-channel voice, fax and data capabilities.
What does SBB stand for?
SBB stands for SwiftBroadBand (Inmarsat high-speed satellite internet service)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 135 other meanings of SBB in our Acronym Attic
- Stochastic Bounded Burstiness
- Stonewall Brigade Band (Staunton, VA)
- Storage Bridge Bay Working Group (also seen as SBBWG; Redwood City, CA)
- Storage Building Block (Compaq, disk drives)
- Storeless Basic Block
- Structural Biology Biophysics (various schools)
- Structured Building Block
- Subtract with Borrow
- Super Broad Band
- Supplied by Bidder
- Synthetic Battle Bridge
- System Building Block
- San Bernardino Base and Meridian
- Santa Barbara Bank & Trust (California)
- Santa Barbara Building Associates
- Saskatchewan Bed and Breakfast Association (Canada)
- Sayler-Brown Bolduc Architects, LLC (Tucson, AZ)
- Scottish Brass Band Association (UK)
- Slidell Bantam Baseball Association
- Small Bird Breeders Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
Singapore Airlines has launched SwiftBroadband-based passenger connectivity services on an initial 14 A340, A380 and B777 aircraft, with full roll-out on the current fleet within two years Programme allows passengers to use their Wi-Fi and GSM/GPRS-enabled smartphones, tablets and laptops PCs for Internet access, email, Instant Messaging and SMS messaging SwiftBroadband is trusted by airlines around the globe for reliable and consistent high data rate IP-based satcoms services, supporting communications and applications for both passengers and airlines.
The AVIATOR 200 is designed to allow near-global email, light Internet and voice capabilities via Inmarsat's satellite-based SwiftBroadband service.
Currently OnAir uses Inmarsat SwiftBroadband (SBB) to provide connectivity for Mobile OnAir and Internet OnAir whilst working with Inmarsat on an upgrade path from SBB to GX.
The award recognised Oman Air's pioneering introduction of in-flight mobile phone and Wi-Fi connectivity, which utilises the Airbus ALNA V2 system and Honeywell's SwiftBroadband (SBB) solution, via OnAir and Inmarsat.
The new service will be offered through Inmarsat SwiftBroadband service to the airline's passengers travelling aboard Airbus A321 operating between Sao Paulo and Recife, Natal, Fortaleza and Porto Alegre, in Brazil.