A dispute over risks to air safety is heating up in the US just ahead of the planned rollout of 5G wireless. Two aircraft manufacturers, Boeing and Airbus, called on the government to postpone AT&T and Verizon’s planned rollout of 5G wireless in the C-band spectrum in early January over safety concerns. “5G interference could affect the safety of airline operations and have a tremendous negative impact on the aviation industry,” a letter from the companies to the US Department of Transportation, obtained by Reuters, said.
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