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Gogo Business Aviation Caps Flight Testing

5G Revolution Still Gestating in Simulator Testing, But Progress is Quick

Gogo Business Aviation spoke on its continued flight simulation testing on upcoming 5G software, affirming plans to roll out 'Gogo 5G' later this year.

The firm has been checking out the airborne safety and functionality of its next-gen connectivity suite using a virtual flight simulator designed by their in-house radio frequency engineering team. Using the sim, Gogo is able to emulate inflight radio activity to evaluate the performance and resilience of 5G signals throughout all phases of flight. The tech has enabled the firm to "verify the 5G software to a more than 90 percent confidence level."

"By leveraging proprietary information and flight data," Gogo said it "can check performance of the radio frequency, taking into consideration factors like doppler, altitude, flight routes, angle of approach, beam-forming technology and other parameters." Things are looking promising, so plans at the moment see the Gogo 5G suite installed on their in-house Challenger 300 test plane to begin flight testing in the real world.

"The virtual flight simulator our team has constructed is an example of what we do best: innovate," said Sergio Aguirre, president and COO for Gogo. "Our teams have designed a phenomenal method for validating and maturing our 5G software and hardware to a critical degree before the final 5G chip is in our hands."

FMI: www.gogoair.com

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