SpaceX expresses concern over 5G
(MENAFN) SpaceX has warned that certain 5G cell phone networks may render its Starlink internet services inoperable, offering a long report on the possible issues as TV giant Dish strives to use new airwaves for its goods.
The SpaceX analysis, which was released last week, determined that 5G mobile services utilizing the 12GHz frequency might cause major problems for its customers, stating that the satellites utilize the 12GHz band to “provide critical downlink services to Americans in every corner of the nation.”
“SpaceX’s study – even with very favorable assumptions that would reduce interference from mobile operations – shows harmful interference from terrestrial mobile service to SpaceX’s Starlink broadband terminals,” the company stated, referring to Dish’s 5G plans.
If the television provider uses the affected spectrum, SpaceX claims that interference might cause total outages for its American customers "74 percent of the time."
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