Qualcomm, Connexion test in-flight calls

Qualcomm and Connexion by Boeing today said they are working together to test in-flight wireless communications. The two companies have performed a series of tests that successfully demonstrated the simultaneous use of CDMA and GSM mobile phones over an on-board network with infrastructure and integration support from UTStarcom. The system uses a small in-cabin CDMA2000 and GSM picocell to connect by an air-to-ground satellite link.

For more on the Qualcomm, Connexion in-flight tests:
- check out this press release

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