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datalink

Syllabification: da·ta·link
Pronunciation: /ˈdadəˌliNGk
 
, ˈdādəˌliNGk
 
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Definition of datalink in English:

noun

An electronic connection for the exchange of information: a datalink system that would allow aircraft controllers and pilots to exchange electronic messages
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  • A satellite communication link allowing flexible message exchanges provided the necessary shore to ship datalink and was able to handle short or long messages.
  • Running on an embedded real-time operating system, the Freedom Recording communicates with the Telecom Block through a serial datalink and features a disk capacity of 500 channel hours.
  • As well as update target information, the datalink allows the gunner to switch targets and also receive real-time intelligence and perform battle damage assessment.

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