Mekong Posted January 19, 2022 Report Share Posted January 19, 2022 US mobile networks AT&T and Verizon have agreed to postpone the rollout of their new 5G service at some airports. The C-band service, which offers faster speeds and broader coverage, was due to be turned on tomorrow. But airlines in the US have pushed to delay the start, warning that the signals could interfere with aeroplane navigation systems. The telecoms firms expressed frustration as they bowed to pressure to limit their rollout. Link Call me simple, but I am a little confused here. They have 5G at Survhanibhumi, Narita, Sydney, Wellington, Incheon, Doha, Dubai, Heathrow and numerous other international hubs without an issue, so what is so fucking special about the US? I don’t sit in front of a computer or TV 24/7 but I am sure I would have heard if an aircraft had crashed due to interference with flight navigation systems Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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