Inflight connectivity provider Gogo will build a 5G cellular network for aviation, with a plan to begin offering the broadband service in 2021. The new air-to-ground network is designed for use on business aviation aircraft, regional jets and smaller mainline airliners operating in the US and Canada, Gogo announced May 29. The company will build the 5G system on its existing infrastructure of 250 towers, using unlicensed spectrum in the 2.4 GHz range to connect with aircraft. The network ...

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