SmartSky LITE ATG
For smaller aircraft
SmartSky LITE brings SmartSky’s patented air-to-ground (ATG) technology to smaller business aircraft that cannot fit the SmartSky Flagship system. The LITE system uses a combination of 5G and LTE features to deliver dependable, responsive, and secure connectivity for high-bandwidth applications with stable data flow to and from the aircraft for everything from video calling and live streaming to operational flight data and situational awareness.
Our software defined network and software defined radios have been engineered from the ground up with patented technologies, providing in-flight WiFi that actually works. This ensures you’ll continue getting the latest available technology advancements and the best possible performance as they become available, before needing to invest in new hardware.
- Streaming level, low latency broadband inflight WiFi that works at 41,000 feet better than any other solution available for smaller aircraft
- LITE System uses the same Aircraft Base Radio (ABR) and FDQ Antenna as the SmartSky Flagship System
- Single, lightweight, low drag, belly mount antenna fits most smaller business aircraft
- Seamless Honeywell FORGE integration
|Aircraft Base Radio (ABR)
|Operating frequency range
|2.4 GHz ISM band
|12.52” x 3.56” x 7.62”
|3/8 ATR mounting tray
|22 to 32Vdc, 10.7 amps maximum at 28Vdc
|Full-Duplex Quad (FDQ) Antenna
|15.04” x 3.39” x 10.26”
LITE MSRP: $59,999
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HOURLY PLAN FOR
LESS FREQUENT USAGE
FOR 10 HOURS OF UNLIMITED USE
+ $99/hour thereafter
UNLIMITED USAGE FOR
FLEXIBILITY AND COST CONTROL
*MSRP before service provider term, pre-payment and other discounts.
The SmartSky ATG network is engineered from the ground up to deliver the best possible inflight connectivity experience. SmartSky makes no guarantee of uninterrupted service throughout the U.S. coverage area. Actual service, quality and availability (including initiation, validation and maintenance of an inflight connection) can be affected by signal strength, aircraft and network traffic volume, service outages, network changes, governmental regulatory and operating restrictions and other conditions.