Airlines aim to boost Wi-Fi speed, capacity

03/11/2013 | Travel Weekly

Airlines are struggling to keep up with the demand for quicker Wi-Fi. Gogo is upgrading its ATG technology to an improved version known as ATG-4, which will accommodate more passengers without degrading the quality of service. ATG-4 adds a second modem and two more antennas on a plane to provide better service to more fliers.

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