The White House: We continue to discuss the effects of 5G on air navigation

Today, Tuesday, the White House expressed its willingness to reach a solution in on the fifth generation network that does not affect the skies of the United States, underlining that talks with the Federal Aviation Administration continue in on the effects of 5G on air navigation.

The leaders of major American airlines have warned of catastrophic disruptions in the transportation and shipping sectors if the fifth generation networks are operated tomorrow, as planned, without setting up controls for the transmitting stations located near the airports.

The airlines have requested that 5G networks be removed more than three kilometers from the airport’s runways, indicating that they prefer to wait before launching these networks until necessary updates and changes are made to the flight equipment.

Verizon and AT&T have twice delayed the rollout of the new 5G service due to warnings from airlines and aircraft manufacturers, who fear the new communications system will interfere with devices used by aircraft to measure altimeters.

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