15/98/98: Three numbers that define inflight internet
Speed, coverage and reliability are essential to delivering a true couch-to-cabin experience. Learn the basic metrics behind 2Ku performance.Read more
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What it takes to ramp up 2Ku installations
Understand the three key factors to get an aircraft flying with 2Ku: obtaining STCs, gaining access to the aircraft, and the installation.
What does it mean to be a technology agnostic IFEC provider?
Gogo has an agnostic approach to the technologies we leverage. See why this open-minded approach is so important in delivering the inflight internet.
2Ku supply chain on a global scale
Go behind the scenes at Gogo’s manufacturing facility and technology center outside Chicago, and see how our 2Ku solution begins its journey from ground to sky.
The capacity debate: Ku vs Ka band for inflight connectivity
Learn the key differences between two bands of the radio spectrum and why the Ku band is Gogo’s choice to deliver the advantages of 2Ku technology.
Why satellite interoperability matters for inflight connectivity
Gogo’s Chief Technology Officer Anand Chari explains why the Ku ecosystem delivers the global coverage and essential redundancies airlines require.
Satellite ownership versus leasing capacity for commercial airlines
Gogo’s EVP and Chief Commercial Officer Jon Cobin gives his perspective on satellite capacity and how airlines can maximize their investment.
The evolution of connected aircraft
To better understand how aviation will embrace the Internet of Things (IoT), take a look at how technology has impacted the industry over the years.
Gogo explains the teleport
Teleports are ground stations that enable communications with satellites. Learn more about these essential systems that dot the globe.