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50 US airports will get 5G ‘buffer zones’ to minimise disruption

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The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has unveiled 50 airports that will be matter to 5G ‘buffer zones’ to decrease any possibility of interference with plane products.

US cell operators are gearing up to deploy 5G companies working with mid-range ‘C-Band’ spectrum that delivers a compromise between the assortment and indoor penetration qualities of small-range airwaves and the massive capability made available by higher-band frequencies.