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U.S. senators urge Trudeau to block Huawei from 5G

STEVEN CHASE ROBERT FIFE OTTAWA BUREAU CHIEF Oct 11, 2018 Two influential members of the U.S. Senate select intelligence committee have written Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, urging him to bar Chinese telecom equipment giant Huawei from Canada’s next-generation 5G mobile network on the grounds the Shenzhen-based firm represents a significant security risk. These American concerns cross […]

Cities will sue FCC to stop $2 billion giveaway to wireless carriers

After FCC vote, cities try to restore local control over 5G fees and equipment. JON BRODKIN – 10/3/2018, 8:52 AM Cities are planning to sue the Federal Communications Commission over its decision to preempt local rules on deployment of 5G wireless equipment. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan and City Attorney Pete Holmes yesterday said their city […]

BC Political Candidates – Are they aware of the risks with 5G?

Another Municipal Election is approaching in, just in time too.  Telus, Shaw, Rogers and Bell all want to install 5G wireless beside your home, school and business.   Residents in BC cities have experienced this sudden installation and been questioning why they were not informed.  City councils are often approached by the wireless industry asking […]

Ottawa’s worries grow over Huawei’s global ambitions; Canada to discuss united front on U.S. auto tariffs

Finally, Canada is taking notice of Huawei, which has provided all the transmitters for Telus’s microcells and is a partner in the pilot projects for 5G in Vancouver.  Why has it taken so long for Ottawa to even notice that this Chinese agent is involved in our infrastructure? Who knows what else they are involved […]

Small Cells in Ontario

For the last few years Bell has been installing Small Cell Antennas (eNodeB) 4G LTE around southern Ontario.  People concerned about the high levels of microwave radiation were waiting for information from others concerned in Ontario, however the locations where Bell was testing these new antennas were seldom in the same areas.  While investigating another […]

5G Cell Service Is Coming. Who Decides Where it Goes?

  A concept design, left, and two other designs showing how streetlights and utility poles can be modified with equipment,  often accompanied by a container on the ground that can be disguised as a mailbox, to deliver 5G cellular signals. Credit From left: Crown Castle International; Scientists for Wired Technology; City of Lincoln, Neb   […]

Small Cell Antennas in California

DAS: The Cell Antenna on Your Block (Distributed Antenna Systems)

Huawei & Telus: Is our Data & DNA at Risk at their 5G “Living Lab”?

  “5G, microcells, the internet of things, and the “smart” revolution might make telecoms and industry a lot of dollars, but for the rest of us, they just don’t make sense.” SALT SPRING, February 17 2018 Citizens for Safe Technology   Vancouverites may very well be guinea pigs in the experiment of the century. Instead […]

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Huawei announces 5G trial in Vancouver

Huawei has announced attaining single-user speeds of 2Gbps during trials of 5G customer premises equipment with Telus in Vancouver, using mmWave spectrum, Massive MIMO, F-OFDM, and polar coding. By Corinne Reichert |  February 15, 2018 Chinese networking giant Huawei has unveiled an urban trial of 5G wireless-to-the-home (WttX) customer premises equipment (CPE) in Vancouver in partnership with Canadian […]

5G Internet is the Next Big Thing in Light Pollution

The fast-growing next-gen mobile network may threaten future radio astronomers’ ability to detect signals from space. Thursday, January 18, 2018 – 08:45 Yuen Yiu, Staff Writer (Inside Science) — During last week’s American Astronomical Society meeting in National Harbor, Maryland, astronomers detailed the rise of a new and unexpected source of light pollution: radio waves. […]

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