Despite the progress made in recent weeks that prevented major disruptions, the safety challenges posed by 5G wireless broadband service could take years to figure out.
Nicholas Calio, the president of Airlines of America said in written testimony to the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee that "It will likely take years, not days or weeks, to fully and permanently mitigate the interference issues caused by development of 5G in the C-Band".
In fact, last month, Verizon and AT&T agreed to delay the deployment of 5G stations near airports, since the Federal Aviation Administration warned that C-Band signals could interfere with aircraft safety technology.
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S: Freight Waves