5G is vulnerable to hacking and worse
Dear Sir, — Three aspects of 5G that have not figured in the current debate on 5G so far are privacy, hacking and the limitations of 5G mmwave technology.
The reason why 5G was supposedly developed was that existing radio frequencies used for 2G-4G were getting congested and it was assumed that they would be inadequate to deal with the anticipated increases in data needed for the internet of things (IoT), autonomous vehicles, streaming and communications.
The significant point here is that more and higher frequencies would be needed particularly in the mm range, which can carry far more data because the waves are closer together and shorter.
I have obtained evidence that these mmwave frequencies have serious flaws.
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