FAA, FCC Are Making ‘Progress’ on 5G Signal Woes

U.S. aviation regulators are having "very productive discussions" with the Federal Communications Commission and the telecommunications industry over concerns that 5G technology could interfere with aircraft equipment, an official said. From a report: At the same time, Federal Aviation Administration chief Steve Dickson on Tuesday said that the agency is considering safety measures including possible flight restrictions if necessary. Aviation industry officials have said that it's possible that the signals could disturb safety equipment on airliners and helicopters, while the FCC and the telecommunications industry has said there is no evidence of a problem.

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