Wednesday, 15 August 2018

Ofcom eyes in-flight superfast broadband

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Monday 19 August 13

Regulator also aiming to authorise use of high-capacity earth stations on ships, trains.

Air passengers in the U.K. could soon have access to high-speed in-flight broadband after Ofcom proposed allocating more spectrum for satellite earth stations mounted on moving vehicles. In a consultation published last week, the telco watchdog said it plans to establish a regulatory framework that would permit the use of high…

Air passengers in the U.K. could soon have access to high-speed in-flight broadband after Ofcom proposed allocating more spectrum for satellite earth stations mounted on moving vehicles. In a consultation published last week, the telco watchdog said it plans to establish a regulatory framework that would permit the use of high…

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