FAA forced 5G rollout delays despite no proof of harm, claim trade bodies

The Federal Aviation Administration has provided little evidence to support its request that carriers delay their 5G rollouts due to safety concerns, several trade organizations have claimed.Credit: Josue Isai Ramos Figueroa/UnsplashEarlier in November, AT&T and Verizon agreed to pause their rollout of new C-Band 5G spectrum because of concerns that the band could interfere with safety equipment on aircraft. However, some trade associations and telecom officials have cast doubt on those fears, Ars Technica reported. Read more…
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