The Rutgers University team's study is the first of its kind research to determine the impact of 5G on weather forecast errors. This Indian researcher…
Used computer modeling
The team used computer modeling to find ‘leakages’ in 5G networks and to investigate its effects. He used 5G network technology to predict the outbreak of the ‘Super Tuesday tornado’ that hit the South and Central Western regions of America in 2008. The team produced unexpected radiation from a transmitter in a frequency band or channel so that they could study the effect of leakages in the network. Scientists found that 5G signals leaked from the frequency band likely impact satellites’ weather sensors that measure the amount of water vapor in the atmosphere and help forecast the weather. Meteorologists rely on satellites for the data needed to forecast the weather.
Wrong forecast up to 16 ° C
Computer modeling showed researchers that the power caused by a signal leak in a 5G network is -15 to -20 decibels (a decibel watt is a unit of power that describes the strength of radio waves) during a tornado outbreak (rainfall Affects the forecast accuracy of up to 0.9 millimeters). Not only this, it can affect temperatures up to 16.48 ° C (up to 2.34 ° F) on Earth.
Need to make 5G better
The lead author of the research, Mandyam, says that according to our research, if we want the leakage to happen at levels preferred by the 5G community, we need more detailed models as well as antenna technology, dynamic re-assembling of spectrum resources And there is a need to work on better weather forecasting algorithms.
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