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Research Supports In-Flight Phone Ban

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May 5, 2003, 10:02 AM   by (staff)

Continuing research by the UK's aviation regulator, Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), has proven that mobile telephone transmissions made by airline passengers can interfere with aircraft equipment. The tests support the existing CAA ban on the use of mobile telephones on board aircraft when the engines have started. The latest study found that the use of mobile telephones can adversely affect navigation and communication functions, producing significant errors on instrument displays and background noise on audio outputs.



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