Archive for category wireless devices

Facebook Connectivity aims high with SuperCell for rural coverage

by Monica Alleven | Dec 3, 2020 11:51am Engineers at Facebook Connectivity have been quietly working for the past two and a half years on a solution to economically provide coverage in rural areas, and what they’ve come up with is SuperCell, an alternative to macrocell sites. Mobile network operators, which traditionally have served these […]

China launches ‘the world’s first 6G experimental satellite’ as it aims to roll out the ultra-fast network in 2030

The satellite was sent into orbit with 12 other satellites by a single rocket  It is set to test the application of high-frequency terahertz waves in space Beijing officially began its research and development of 6G last November Chinese experts expected their new network to be 100 times faster than 5G By BILLIE THOMSON   9 […]

US Military Fears EMFs Are Causing Pilots to Crash

September 25, 2020  mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2020/09/25/emf-level-in-aircraft-cockpit.aspx  STORY AT-A-GLANCE A recently launched investigation by the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) seeks to determine whether electromagnetic field (EMF) exposure inside the cockpit is causing pilots to crash Over the past few years, a string of inexplicable noncombat military jet and helicopter crashes have occurred According to DARPA, […]

Chile : More than 130 doctors in the country ask Minister Paris for a moratorium on the deployment of 5G technology

by El Mostrador   6 October, 2020   In a letter signed by 135 health professionals across the country, they requested “a moratorium on the deployment of 5G technology, as part of the bidding process that began on August 1 of this year, until it is certain, of that does not pose a risk to human […]

California fire investigators seize utility equipment

Oct 9 2020 SAN FRANCISCO — Fire investigators looking into what caused a wildfire that killed four people in far Northern California have taken possession of equipment belonging to Pacific Gas and Electric, the utility reported Friday. PG&E said in a filing with the Public Utilities Commission that investigators with the California Department of Forestry […]

W.E. Energies Smart Meter Likely Culpable in House Fire Causing $100,000 in Damages

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 7, 2020                                                                                      WAUKESHA – The local house fire to which the Waukesha Fire Department responded on July 6th, 2020, was most likely caused or exacerbated by one of WE Energies’ AMI (advanced metering infrastructure) or “smart” meters, which are known to be faulty and have been implicated in previous house fires […]

Amazon Introduces Ability To Pay Using “Palm Recognition Technology”

Sep 29, 2020 (OPINION) ETH – It looks like Amazon is unknowingly paving the way for the conditioning of a generation to accept buying, selling, and trading with the use of their hand instead of a credit card or smartphone. According to a recent blog post, the company has apparently unveiled its own palm recognition […]

A DARPA Funder Implantable BioChip to Detect COVID-19 : Could hit markets by 2021

An experimental new vaccine developed jointly with the US government claims to be able to change human DNA and could be deployed as early as next year through a DARPA-funded, injectable biochip. Sept 17, 2020  by Raul Diego The most significant scientific discovery since gravity has been hiding in plain sight for nearly a decade […]

BELL 5G Maps – OCT 18 2020

https://www.bell.ca/mobility/our_network/5g#INT=Search_SearchResults_TitleLink     BELL 5G Maps – SEPT 2020 Bell 5G Network Expands to More Cities in BC, Alberta and Ontario  Sept 24 2020  by Gary Ng Telus announced yesterday it had expanded its 5G network to various cities in B.C., Alberta and Ontario, ahead of upcoming 5G devices set to debut, which could include […]

Council to decide on tower

Oliver council will be choosing between telecommunication tower renderings on Monday Casey Richardson – Sep 20, 2020 / 4:00 am  Photo: Contributed One rendering of the proposed telecommunications tower The Town of Oliver will be reviewing the simulations of the proposed placement of the telecommunications tower at 6450 Spartan Street. After the Council supported a […]

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