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NYU WIRELESS study predicts trouble and solution for 5 gig cellular

May 19, 2016

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A study by New York University (NYU) WIRELESS researchers asserts that the three-parameter "alpha-beta-gamma"  model used in the past by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project for predicting signal coverage might spell trouble at frequencies above 6 gigahertz.Full Story

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