Elon Musk has been charged with spreading a false narrative about 5G in the US that harms millions of people looking for greater connection and innovation. The non-profit group “5G for 12 GHz Coalition” claims that SpaceX misled consumers about how increasing particular frequencies for 5G may interfere with its reasonably priced Starlink satellite internet service “a campaign of public deception against 5G.
The non-profit organization “5G for 12 GHz Coalition” claims SpaceX filed a “manipulated submission” with the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to show that increased 5G use will cause significant interference even though 5G poses no threat of detrimental interference. The group emphasized that “this strategy, which Musk often does, is not only deceptive but also spreads an anti-5G narrative that is destructive to American customers who need increased competition, connectivity alternatives, and innovation.”
The radio frequency spectrum for 5G at 12GHz is the topic of debate. The alliance has collaborated with leading experts “to put strong, data-driven technical studies into the record” since the FCC started the 12 GHz inquiry 18 months ago.
The radio frequency spectrum for 5G at 12GHz is the topic of debate. The alliance has collaborated with leading experts “to put strong, data-driven technical studies into the record” since the FCC started the 12 GHz inquiry 18 months ago. The studies “highlight the considerable social, economic and geopolitical advantages of freeing more crucial mid-band spectrum for two-way terrestrial services,” the consortium said in a statement late on Thursday.
They also show that cohabitation is possible in the band. “Starlink has only now presented a self-produced political paper under the garb of a technical study,” it said, after failing to provide any expert technical input throughout the proceeding’s public comment and reply comment periods.
This research “The coalition added that is logically and scientifically defective since it wasn’t created by an impartial expert.
According to public statements made by Starlink, its service is primarily intended for sparsely inhabited areas and will only be available to a small number of users in high-density locations. The consortium said that despite evidence from throughout the country to the contrary, Starlink had launched a public disinformation campaign by fraudulently claiming to consumers and the public that cohabitation between Starlink and 5G services was impossible in the band.
As other nations surpass the United States in offering next-generation services, it also poses a challenge to America’s position as a worldwide leader in 5G and the technology industry. The alliance, which consists of 35 trade organisations, public interest organizations, and telecom corporations, is urging the US FCC to move quickly to approve the 12GHz band in order to unleash the potential of 5G.