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Actualización INMARSAT

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Actualización del segmento espacial INMARSAT, la F5.

CANCELACION INMARSAT LOGO B

Durante este año, INMARSAT prosigue con las actualizaciones del sistema, principalmente en el satelital con la transición de satélites IF3 hacia la IF4 y la puesta en marcha de servicios con la IF5. Dejaremos de conocer a la red de satelites INMARSAT según regiones por los archiconocidos AOR-E, AOR-W, IOR y POR.

 

Lo dicho, la red INMARSAT IF3 está en transición a las nuevas contelaciones. La red INMARSAT está preparando el tránisto de los satélites de la familia/generación IF3 con vida útil a una nueva contelación.
Dicho tránsito según INMARSAT en su web (enlace) y los mensajes EGC recibidos en los INMARSAT-C / Mini-C, los movimientos satelitales de los satélites operativos (o migración tal y como la describe INMARSAT) empezarán en abril de este año 2018 y se pretende acabar en a finales del mismo. Cada migración satelital se prevee que dure entre uno y dos meses, que es lo que a publicado INMARSAT entre cada uno de los satélites, ya que la migración no sólo incluye el cambio "viaje" o cambio de órbita sino pruebas de operatividad de sevicios, enlaces, recalibraciónes de antenas y enlaces etc. Dicha migración se hará de la siguiente forma:
 
FAMILIA I3 I4 I5
SISTEMAS A, B, C/Mini-C y F FBB FBB  y Mini-C
SATÉLITES

Atlantic Ocean Region West(AOR-W), at 54 degrees West

Atlantic Ocean Region East (AOR-E), at 15.5 degrees West

Indian Ocean Region(IOR), at 64 degrees East

Pacific Ocean Region(POR), at 178 degrees East

I-4 F1 Asia-Pacific, at 143.5 degrees East

I-4 F2 EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa), at 63.9 degrees East

I-4 F3 Americas, at 98.4 degrees West

I-5 F1 EMEA, at 63 degrees East

I-5 F2 Americans and Atlantic Ocean Region, at 55 degrees West

I-5 F3 Pacific Ocean Region, at 179 degrees East
COBERTURAS

Maritime I 3 satellite coverage

Maritime I 4 satellite coverage

Maritime I 5 satellite coverage

 
 

 

Mensajes EGC's recibidos en terminales INMARSAT-C/Mini-C reales.

 

Mensaje 1;


LES 344 - MSG 428 - Inmarsat Routine Call to Area: All - PosOk

Dear Inmarsat C Customers and Users

As we have indicated in our previous notifications, we will be migrating the Inmarsat services from the I-3 satellites to the I-4 satellites.

Migration of Inmarsat C services from the Atlantic Ocean Region West (AORW) I-3 satellite to the Americas (AMER) I-4 satellite is planned for 16 April 2018.

This notification provides you with further details and recommendations on to how to prepare in advance for this migration.

Instructions for Inmarsat C terminal users

Before the migration:
- If your terminal is located in the area between 30W and 20E and you are logged into AORW, you are strongly recommended to log your terminal into AORE to ensure continuity of service.
- Make sure that your local applications (e.g. data reporting) will operate correctly if the migration requires those applications to use a different ocean region. Please contact your applications provider for any support.

During the migration:
- You may experience a short interruption of service. Please note that To-mobile messages will be queued for delivery after the migration. From-mobile messages will be queued on your terminal and delivered once the terminal re-establishes communications with the satellite.

After the migration:
- Ensure your terminal is logged into the relevant ocean region. If required, you should manually log into an ocean region or reboot the Inmarsat C terminal.

Safety services
Under supervision of the International Mobile Satellite Organisation (IMSO), the Global Maritime Distress Safety System (GMDSS) and Maritime Safety Services will be closely monitored during the migration. We will ensure that any interruption of these safety services due to the migration will be restored first with the highest priority.

What will change in the migration of AORW?
Due to the migration of AORW from the I-3 to the I-4 satellite, the coverage area will move to the west and the area located between approximately 30W and 20E will no longer be within the AORW coverage.

Further information
Additional information can be found on the Inmarsat website   www.inmarsat.com/i-3-to-i-4-services-migration. Here you will also find the migration guide for Inmarsat C, which provides full details on the migration.

We will continue to communicate with you throughout the planning and execution phases of the migrations, providing additional details as and when necessary.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Inmarsat Global Customer Support, who will be able to assist.
 
Kind regards
Inmarsat

NNNN

 

 

 

Mensaje 2;

 

LES 340 - MSG 12503 - NAV/METAREA Safety Call to Area: 2 - PosOk

NAVAREA TWO 122/18
PLANNED INMARSAT I-3 TO I-4 MIGRATION IN 2018.
THE INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANIZATION (IMO), THE INTERNATIONAL
HYDROGRAPHIC ORGANIZATION (IHO), AND THE WORLD METEOROLOGICAL
ORGANIZATION (WMO) INFORM THE MARITIME COMMUNITY OF THE PLANNED
INMARSAT I-3 TO I-4 SATELLITE MIGRATION IN 2018, AS FOLLOWS:
1. ATLANTIC OCEAN REGION WEST (AORW) IN APRIL 2018.
2. PACIFIC OCEAN REGION (POR) IN JULY 2018.
3. ATLANTIC OCEAN REGION EAST (AORE) IN SEPTEMBER 2018.E
4. INDIAN OCEAN REGION (IOR) IN OCTOBER 2018.
FOR FURTHER DETAILS OF THE SATELLITE MIGRATION PLAN AND NEW SATELLITE
FOOTPRINTS CONSULT INMARSAT AT
HTTPS://WWW.INMARSAT.COM/I3-I4-SERVICES-MIGRATION.


 
 Mensaje 3;

LES 344 - MSG 435 - Inmarsat Routine Call to Area: All - PosOk

Dear Inmarsat C Customers

We are writing to advise you that the migration of Inmarsat C services from the Atlantic Ocean Region West (AORW) I-3 satellite to the Americas (AMER) I-4 satellite will now take place on 09 May 2018 at 14:00 UTC.  

We have taken the decision to reschedule the Inmarsat C services migration to allow additional time for Land Earth Station Operators (LESOs) readiness and further verification of the network infrastructure.

As you will appreciate, our primary objective is to ensure that the migration process is as smooth as possible with minimum disruption caused to our Inmarsat C customers and partners.

We thank you for your understanding and will continue to communicate with you throughout the planning and execution phases of the migration.

Additional information about the migration can be found on the Inmarsat website www.inmarsat.com/i-3-to-i-4-services-migration.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Inmarsat Global Customer Support (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), who will be able to assist.

Kind Regards

Inmarsat




 

 

Para más información:

INMARSAT; http://www.inmarsat.com/

INMARSAT (cobertura); https://www.inmarsat.com/about-us/our-satellites/our-coverage/

 

 

 

 

 

   

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