This gives better WiFi in aircrafts.....

Started by Tsanten Eywa 'eveng, December 21, 2012, 07:26:57 PM

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...... Potatoes

Actually, it's true. Did you ever thought this was trolling?

Boeing is working on some new technology.... Yeah right new technology!!!! ;D ;D ;D
So totally new technology.

Boeing will load 1 ton with potatoes in an aircraft to give better and stable WiFi in aircrafts

Cutting edge equipment, analysis and tons of potatoes led Boeing engineers to passenger connectivity breakthrough.
When you fire up a smartphone or laptop on an airborne commercial flight, easy, continuous in-flight Internet access might be taken for granted. However the starting point of that connection isn't your seat. Long before you turned on your networked device while climbing to final cruising altitude, a technological advance in a Boeing test facility helped commercial airlines bolster the in-cabin signals intended for passenger connectivity. Now, airline passengers' personal electronics can more reliably connect to Wi-Fi.
Boeing test engineers created a new process for measuring signal quality, using proprietary measurement technology and analysis tools after realizing the technology's potential during small-scale calibration testing on lab tools. By adapting the lab approach to a large airplane, engineers could more efficiently measure signal strength and propagation, ensuring safe yet robust signal penetration throughout an airplane cabin.

When I read this, I just....