FCC Commissioner Asks Trump to Force Dept of Defense to Release Spectrum for 5G Despite DoD’s Opposition

Monday, April 13, 2020
By Paul Martin

By B.N. Frank
ActivistPost.com
APRIL 13, 2020

Last year, Department of Defense (DoD) Secretary Mark Esper asked The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to deny a Virginia wireless company’s license to run 5G mobile broadband service out of “national security, civil service, and the economic benefit of the nation” concerns.

From Newsmax:

“There are too many unknowns and the risks are far too great to federal operations to allow Ligado’s proposed system to proceed,” Esper said in a letter Monday to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, Bloomberg News reports.

“This could have a significant negative impact on military operations, both in peacetime and war.

“I, therefore, strongly oppose,” Esper said, adding that the proposed service had “the potential for widespread disruption and degradation of GPS services” that rely on signals from space.

The Rest…HERE

One Response to “FCC Commissioner Asks Trump to Force Dept of Defense to Release Spectrum for 5G Despite DoD’s Opposition”

  1. WilliamtheResolute

    Yeah, still not convinced that the WuFlu wasn’t exacerbated by 5G…

    #4276
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