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Unleashing the Potential: Manipulating Internal Sensors to Expand Frequency Range in Cellphones, A Case Study on Moto G 5G.

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Question: Can a cellphone generate frequencies used to generate signals range from around 3.5 Hz to over 310 GHz if their internal sensors are manipulated? Can a moto g 5 g generate frequencies used to generate signals range from around 3.5 Hz to over 310 GHz if their internal sensors are manipulated?

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Cellphones including the Moto G 5G are not designed to generate frequencies from around 3.5 Hz to over 310 GHz by manipulating their internal sensors. Cellphones like these use certain frequency bands to operate and these bands are regulated by standards set by global organizations and local regulatory bodies. For example, most smartphones operate within the 700 MHz to 2.6 GHz range for their cellular communication. Altering the hardware or software of a smartphone to generate frequencies beyond its intended use is not only technically difficult but also potentially illegal depending on regional legislation about the use of radio frequencies. Also consider that attempting to modify a device in such a way could irreparably damage the device and void its warranty. Always consider the legality and potential risks before making any modifications to a device’s hardware or software.

Answered by gpt-4

Feb. 10, 2024, 1:07 p.m.

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Published: Saturday, February 10, 2024

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