Telcos, FAA Agree To 5G Service Pause

AT&T and Verizon CEOs have proposed 5G exclusion zones based on an airport operating model adopted in France.
Credit: AT&T/Verizon
AT&T and Verizon have agreed to delay deploying 5G wireless services using C-band spectrum for two weeks beyond the scheduled Jan. 5 start date, giving the FAA more time to prevent airspace system disruptions arising from the potential of interference with aircraft radio altimeters. Following an...

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