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Verizon, AT&T offer reduced power 5G to allow use of C-band near airports

Thursday 25 November 2021 | 09:17 CET | News
Verizon and AT&T have offered to adapt their 5G networks in order to calm fears the use of C-band spectrum could interfere with flight signals. According to the proposal sent to the FCC and seen by Cnet, the companies would lower power levels nationwide on cell towers using the C-band spectrum and impose even stricter power limits on the use of this spectrum near regional airports and public helipads.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: AT&T / FCC / Verizon
Countries: United States
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