Ericsson debuts cell phone network for airplanes

Posted on Tuesday, June 14 2005 @ 7:24 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Eircsson announced today that it has created a mini cell phone network for usage in commercial airplanes.
The gear, also meant for use on ships at sea, is a much slimmer version of Ericsson's RBS 2000, the wireless giant's most popular lineup of cell-phone network base stations. Ericsson says the new network can accommodate as many as 60 people at a time using GSM, the world's most popular cell phone standard.
Read more at CNET

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