FAA identifies dozens of airports affected by 5G rollout — RT World News

US cell phone carriers have agreed to keep their C-Band transmitters in 50 airports offline for another six months

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has released a list of US airports that will have 5G buffer zones around them following concerns that expansion of the network could interfere with aircraft safety systems.

Two of the country’s largest telecom firms, AT&T and Verizon, are struggling to roll out their “game changing” C-band 5G networks as they…

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