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Default Hot, sunny days could slow 5G networks, but research offers solutions

Hot, sunny weather could degrade future fifth-generation or "5G" cellular transmissions by more than 15%—which could mean more dropped calls in places like Florida and the Middle East—but an Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University engineer says research will guide solutions.

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