WASHINGTON - The FAA, Verizon and AT&T have come to an agreement that allows aircraft access to key airports, while continuing the rollout of 5G service. The FAA made the announcement Friday, Walker Jaroch reports for AviationPros. Continue reading original article.
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3 Feb. 2022 - “The FAA appreciates the strong communication and collaborative approach with wireless companies, which have provided more precise data about the exact location of wireless transmitters and supported more thorough analysis of how 5G C-band signals interact with sensitive aircraft instruments. The FAA used this data to determine that it is possible to safely and more precisely map the size and shape of the areas around airports where 5G signals are mitigated, shrinking the areas where wireless operators are deferring their antenna activations.
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