Fry Before You Fly: AT&T Unleashes 5G at Tampa Airport

By B.N. Frank

In 2019 naval pilots voiced their concerns about high levels of electromagnetic radiation in cockpits making them vulnerable to cancer and early death.  In 2020, American senators introduced a bill to study this possibility and the U.S. Military asked that research be done to determine if exposure is disorienting pilots enough to crash planes.  So should we be worried about pilots now also being exposed to 5G at the Tampa airport before they get into the cockpit?  What about everybody else?

There is research that has already determined that 5G is NOT SAFE.  In fact, the majority of scientists worldwide oppose deployment.  American 5G opposition also continues to increase and has even been the topic of several Dilbert cartoons.  Cities AND entire countries have taken action to ban, delay, halt, and limit installation AS WELL AS issue moratoriums due to health, safety, environmental and economic risks.  Regardless, AT&T convinced the Tampa airport to install 5G anyway.  But will travelers continue flying out of Tampa?

From Fierce Wireless:

AT&T’s mmWave 5G takes off at Tampa airport

AT&T has launched millimeter wave 5G service in parts of Tampa, Florida, including Tampa International Airport.

Tampa International (TPA) is the first airport announced but AT&T said it’s been working to deploy mmWave 5G – branded 5G+ – in airports across the country. Other locations haven’t been disclosed yet.

The rollout used spectrum in the 39 GHz band and comes ahead of Super Bowl LV, which takes place in Tampa at the Raymond James Stadium on February 7.

AT&T’s 5G+ service is live in parts of 39 cities, though the carrier has been quieter on the mmWave front than competitor Verizon.

For its latest launch, 5G+ service is focused on popular areas and venues in the Tampa Bay area. Those include the downtown Channel District, Raymond James Stadium and the Tampa International Airport; a disclaimer notes “5G+ is very limited and not available in all parts of locations.”

To tap 5G+, consumers need a compatible 5G device and subscribe to AT&T’s unlimited tier service plans. Samsung yesterday unveiled its newest Galaxy device lineup, with support for certain sub-6 GHz and millimeter wave bands for 5G – and notably including C-band, PCMag’s Sasha Sagan confirmed.

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