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FCC Chairman claims NASA and NOAA are wrong about 5G interference with weather forecasts

An interesting report by Ars Technica outlines the implications of the lack of research done leading up to the most recent auction of wireless spectrum to carriers looking to build 5G networks. These auctions proceeded despite controversial circumstances as many experts warned that cellular transmissions in the 24GHz band could significantly reduce the accuracy of weather forecasts. Weather forecasts are done by measuring the amount of radiation emitted from water vapor. This radiation is visible at about a spectrum of 23.8Ghz and the concern is that heavy transmissions in an adjacent band...

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