Gogo 5G Launch Delayed By Chip Design Error

Gogo Business Aviation
The avionics box of a Gogo Avance L5 air-to-ground connectivity system.
Credit: Gogo Business Aviation
Gogo Business Aviation said July 27 that its 5G network launch will be delayed due to a “design error in a non-5G component of its chip.” The air-to-ground (ATG) inflight connectivity provider completed installation of its nationwide tower infrastructure for 5G last October and had planned to begin...

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