The first is the ongoing and basically silent communication between the computers at the ground station and the computer on the airborne (mobile) units.
The second is the communications between the humans at dispatch (ground stations) and the humans in the cockpit.
Both/either is rather an ambiguous choice, but let's go with it.
If you mean by "uplink" the exchange of messages between the humans, then your statement regarding no commo after the time of the alleged crash is correct.
If we also count the communications between the 2 sets of computers, then the records show that the unit identified as Flight 93 was still "in the loop" 30 minutes later, somewhere in Illinois.
It was that distinction that was revealed by the work done by Stutts
and the further examination done by Woody.
Please BR... learn how the ACARS system worked IN 2001... You are again making it extremely obvious that you have not researched this beyond whatever PFT911 has spoon-fed you and you are just embarrassing yourself.
I have read through the actual protocols specific to what was in place in 2001 (ARINC 618) and I can tell you beyond any doubt that there was no "ongoing and basically silent communication" as you claim.
I know its a hard thing for you to do, but please, stop making yourself look like an even more willfully ignorant
Edited by Czero 101, 06 December 2012 - 01:59 AM.