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Data communication systems are part of the top priorities in the world of aviation. In the development of technology that is widely used today, serial data communication can be converted into TCP/IP protocols, so that it can support the use of more renewable data transmission media. This research implements WIZ110sr in navigation equipment. This research aims to improve remote data communication that is more stable and supports the use of access points. The research method used is the design of a serial data conversion system to TCP/IP using WIZ110sr. Data analysis techniques used quantitatively from QoS measurement data using Wireshark. The first test resulted in a througput value of 145 kbps, packet loss 0, delay 3.197 ms, and jitter 0.005 ms. In the second test for sample 1 got a througput value of 99 kbps, packet loss 0, delay 5.2 ms, jitter 0, and sample 2 got a througput value of 101 kbps, packet loss 0, delay 5.2 ms, and jitter 0. Then in the third test for sample 1 got a througput value of 99 kbps, packet loss 0, delay 5.3 ms, jitter 0.003 ms, and sample 2 got a througput value of 101 kbps, packet loss 0, delay 5.2 ms, and jitter 0. From this data shows that the WIZ110sr module can transmit data stably. So it can be implemented in navigation equipment as a serial to TCP/IP converter
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