• January 12 2020

    Decisions on which satellite-based inflight connectivity (IFC) technology and providers to use are becoming more complex for airlines. Not only do carriers still face the Ku-versus-Ka-band dilemma, their choice now is between installing a system based on geostationary (GEO) satellite technology available today, or taking a chance and waiting several years until new constellations of low- Earth-orbit (LEO) satellites are ready to provide airborne Wi-Fi services. (Continue reading on page 120)

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