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In-Flight 5G Connection Now Possible Thanks To New EU Regulations

Airplane mode could soon be a thing of the past for European travelers

 

In-Flight 5G Connection Now Possible Thanks To New EU Regulations

 

Airline customers are accustomed to either entirely shutting themselves off from the outside world or paying extra for in-flight Wi-Fi connectivity, so this is something to look forward to. However, as a result of recent regulations adopted by the European Commission, travelers on flights originating in the European Union may soon be able to utilize all of their device’s common mobile functions while in flight.

The European Commission declared that all passengers would now have access to in-flight wireless 4G and 5G services provided by airlines located in the EU. Once in place, users will be able to use their mobile devices in flight just like they would on any other ground-based mobile network. We can’t claim that using airplane mode has been fun, so goodbye.

 

EU to make it mandatory for airlines to have 5G connectivity inside their  aircraft | TechNave

 

The in-flight service will be delivered through a picocell-based onboard “small cell” network. Small cells serve as low-power, smaller versions of standard cell towers that fill in coverage voids and offload cellular traffic. As a consequence, a bigger, more dependable cellular network is created, one that offers high data speeds and facilitates installations utilizing straightforward, affordable cellular technologies.

A special kind of tiny, inexpensive small-cell technology called a picocell may accommodate 32 to 64 individual users and can offer up to 250m of in-network coverage. They are perfect for extending and enhancing the range within buildings like schools, retail malls, and other small enterprises because of their size and simplicity of deployment indoors or outside. Calls, messages, and other mobile data will be routed between the aircraft and ground-based mobile networks after the cells have been installed on participating aircraft.

Thierry Breton, a commissioner for the internal market at the European Commission, believes that the new law might serve as a stimulant for the development of new EU-based services and commercial expansion.

When it comes to the opportunities provided by ultra-fast, high-capacity connection, “the sky is no longer the limit,”

Thierry Breton, a commissioner for the internal market at the European Commission, believes that the new law might serve as a stimulant for the development of new EU-based services and commercial expansion.

When it comes to the opportunities provided by ultra-fast, high-capacity connection, “the sky is no longer the limit,”

The effort to increase access to 4G and 5G will probably go beyond the airline company. Additionally, the Commission changed a ruling on 5GHz, opening up the bands for usage in automobiles, buses, and other modes of transportation.

Nimra Mobeen

I am a freelancer and a writer. Over the past few years, I have written many articles on diverse topics like COVID, NATURE, INTERNET, SIMS, PACKAGES,4G,5G and POLITICAL ISSUES etc. Due to this, I have become very efficient in research methodologies. In addition to writing, I also provide technical SEO and copywriting services for businesses of all sizes.

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