Archive for February, 2018

Sprint and Verizon also announce 5G rollout

First cities to install VERIZON, AT&T and SPRINT 5G networks in USA

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AT&T names first three cities to get its ultra-fast 5G network

   February 21, 2018: 9:19 AM ET  by Kaya Yurieff   @kyurieff   The promise of faster mobile service is finally getting on the map later this year — and it’s headed south. AT&T announced late Tuesday it will first roll out 5G to three locations: Dallas, Texas; Waco, Texas; and Atlanta.  The wireless giant previously said it […]

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Breaking News out of South Carolina: Armed Officers Arrest and Jail Woman to Enforce “Smart” Meters

From http://stopsmartmeters.org Posted on February 21, 2018 by Josh Hart Because utilities have no legal mandate to force smart meters on private property, the sheriff in this case is acting outside of the law, and must be held accountable. We must rally and support Michelle and all other victims of smart grid abuse– we stand in solidarity! Note that […]

Duncan doctor raises health impacts of cell towers Stephen Faulkner concerned about Safety Code 6

  ROBERT BARRON  Feb. 9, 2018 5:00 p.m. LOCAL NEWSNEWS Dr. Stephen Faulkner, a family doctor in Duncan, is raising concerns around the increasing number of cell and micro towers in the region. He made a presentation to Duncan’s city council on Feb. 5 in which he said studies indicate that the radiation the towers […]

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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 Heads Off Korean Wild Boars

By Computer Daily News | 14 Feb 2018 The fifth-generation wireless network, 5G, has been making a worldwide debut at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.  Among other things, the technology is being used to ward off the local wildlife, including wild pigs that roam the mountainous region around the Games – with fast-acting systems that shoot rays, spew […]

Dr. Oz : Radiologist Discusses 5G Frequencies

A Radiologist Discusses 5G Frequencies Originally aired on 2/09/2018 Desiree Jaworski, the executive director of the Center for Safer Wireless, shares her concerns about 5G frequencies and their impact on the human body. Then, radiologist Dr. Nicole Saphier weighs in and explains the different types of radiation. GUESTS: Katy Keiffer , Mel Coleman Jr. , […]

5G trial at Olympics

KT, Samsung, Intel to offer trial 5G service at Pyeongchang Olympics Audiences will be able to view dynamic videos of competitions via tablets KENICHI YAMADA, Nikkei staff writer   SEOUL — South Korean telecom giant KT will for the first time unveil a trial service of fifth-generation network technology together with Samsung Electronics and Intel of the U.S. at […]

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. […]