Archive for category 5G

11 USA cities get 5G this year

If you live in one of these 11 cities, Verizon 5G may bring you gigabit wireless this year Verizon will trial 5G fixed wireless services in 11 US markets by mid-2017, hoping to provide gigabit internet speeds. By Conner Forrest | February 22, 2017, 10:46 AM PST Image: Sarah Tew/CNET Verizon announced on Wednesday that it would trial […]

T-Mobile US stresses IoT, 600 MHz in context of 5G plans

By Sean Kinney, Managing Editor on AUGUST 10, 2017  5G, Carriers T-Mobile US emphasizes IoT as key 5G use case T-Mobile US made a splash earlier this year announcing it would deploy a mobile “nationwide 5G” network–as opposed to 5G fixed wireless access, which Verizon and AT&T are focused on–following its $8 billion acquisition of nationwide 600 MHz spectrum […]

ISED ( INDUSTRY CANADA ) wants 5G comments by SEPT 15

  NOTE :  ISED extended the deadline to SEPT 15, 2017   The federal department responsible for granting the expansion of transmitters and towers, Innovation, Science and Economic Development (formerly Industry Canada) is asking for public comments regarding 5G technology by Aug. 4.   It is important that all of us express our concerns and […]

5G : Canadian Gov Consultation on Releasing Millimetre Wave Spectrum

  Figure 1 – Canadian frequency allocations in the 28 GHz band This figure shows Canadian frequency allocations in the 28 GHz band (27.5 to 28.35 GHz). It shows that the entire band is currently allocated to fixed, fixed-satellite (Earth–to-space) and mobile services on a co-primary basis. It also shows that there are footnotes for the frequency ranges 27.500-27.501 GHz (No. 5.538), 27.501-28.35 GHz (No. 5.540), and […]

Russian mega-telco exec: ‘No business case’ for 5G

It’s all just for attention at MWC. Buuuuuuurrrrrnnnnnn By Wireless Watch 30 Mar 2017 at 02:56 While the 5G enthusiasts often hit the headlines with visions of AI-driven robots and virtual reality, many operators remain sceptical of the new business models 5G will drive, at least in the short term. Vasyl Latsanych, CMO at Russia’s […]

eNodeB – Small Cell : Plan To Install 50,000 Cell Towers In California Faces Opposition

Plan To Install 50,000 Cell Towers In California Faces Opposition June 28, 2017 7:48 PM By Phil Matier Filed Under: Cell Towers, Internet, San Jose WALNUT CREEK (KPIX 5) – Up to 50,000 cell phone towers coming to cities across California. But will you get a say on where they pop up? California cities are now fighting back at a […]

The 5G Network: What You Don’t Know May Kill You.

April 3, 2017 https://www.thefoghornexpress.com/single-post/The-5G-Network-What-You-Dont-Know-Can-Kill-You Reinette Senum   How would you feel if you knew that an untested technology is being deployed across America with no government oversight, no transparency, no public input, no regulations, and no long-term studies on health and environmental impacts? How would you feel if you knew sensors are rolling out to […]

BC Election, Will the candidates serious about removing wireless determine your Vote?

Political parties can either ignore the wireless microwave radiation issue now, and face the consequences of more health issues province wide later on, or take this opportunity to follow the precautionary principal, and reduce the amount of WIFI, reduce the amount of cell towers going up on telephone poles (eNode-B Telus Smart/Micro Cells) and take […]

Canada asleep, while USA begins to debate Small Cells

  Prior to last summer, Canadians really did not know what the industry was up to as far as the future of wireless.  EMRHA has been covering the effects from wireless devices for decades now, and the future does not look promising.  In the United States small cells are proposed to be installed all over […]

Is 5G technology dangerous? Early data shows a slight increase of tumors in male rats exposed to cellphone radiation

    August 8, 2016  by Jim Puzzanghera   As wireless companies prepare to launch the next generation of service, there are new questions about the possible health risks from radiation emitted by cellphones and the transmitters that carry the signals. Concerns about the potential harmful effects of radiofrequency radiation have dogged mobile technology since the […]