July 24, 2024

The US company reveals which US planes can resist 5G interference

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The US company reveals which US planes can resist 5G interference
The US company reveals which US planes can resist 5G interference

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The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) says about 45% of U.S. commercial flights are allowed to land at low visibility, half of the airports most affected by 5G interruptions.

The company decided on Sunday (16) Radio altimeter models Can be used for low visibility landings in case of 5G interruption. There are two types of devices used by the FAA to measure height above a fixed level.

It opens the runways for a variety of aircraft models at 48 of the 88 most affected airports. Boeing 737, 747, 757, 767 e MD-10 / -11 Further Airbus A310, A319, A320, A321, A330 e A350, Which makes up 45% of the U.S. Merchant Navy.

These aircraft will be allowed to land at FAA-listed airports, even in low visibility conditions. The remaining airports are considered to be the most affected by 5G frequencies and are only open for landing in good weather.

Las Vegas - Sputnik Brazil on January 9, 2018, 1920, during the International Consumer Electronics Exhibition held on 04.01.2022 Intel promotes a sign 5G devices at the booth.

‘Who’s building the bill?’ The expert explains the confusion about the introduction of the 5G network in the United States
Recently, the FAA revealed it 5G C-band worries (Radio frequency) may disrupt aircraft equipment such as radio altimeters. This led to negotiations between telecommunications companies and government officials 5G Release Date, Initially set in December, several times late. Companies have agreed to keep dozens of airports offline for at least another six months after launching their 5G towers.
AT&T and Verizon, which are behind the development of 5G networks in the United States, have agreed. Postpone its deployment until January 19th And create Buffer zones About 50 airports to reduce the risk of interruption.
According to However, according to Reuters, many major US airports are not on the list of approved runways. American passenger and cargo airlines also feel that the measures taken so far are not adequate.

“Even with the approval of the FAA today [domingo, 16 de janeiro]Due to FAA 5G-related flight restrictions, U.S. Airlines will not be able to operate most passenger and cargo flights unless action is taken before the scheduled January 19 deadline. “

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