Aviation

U.S. Flights Still Face Risks From 5G Rollout

The Federal Aviation Authority again issued warnings of possible risks associated with the rollout of C-band Spectrum 5G wireless.

Earlier this week, as part of ongoing discussions, AT & T and Verizon agreed to adopt precautions similar to those adopted in France.

The carriers also agreed to again postpone the rollout of service until January 19th. The interim agreement gives all stakeholders more time…

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