Electronically steered antennae (ESAs) are coming to commercial and business aviation. Massive investment in the segment will almost certainly yield a few successful options for airlines and integrators to choose from.
But not everyone is in a hurry to get there. Two companies with ESA products on their roadmap took a step back, slowing their ESA development to focus on existing, proven technology platforms instead.
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