B.C. government cracking down on cellphones, internet content at schools

By Darrian Matassa-Fung Global News Posted January 26, 2024 BC. government officials, including B.C. Premier David Eby, held a press conference on Friday to discuss the dangers to kids, especially elementary-aged students, of having access to phones while at school. Eby said schools are not equipped to monitor what content young students are watching, especially […]

Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) based Health Care Monitoring: A Comprehensive Review

The Internet of Things (IoT) based Wireless Body Area Networks (WBAN), play a very important role in the implementation of IoT devices. It is an upcoming research area in which we implement new advancement techniques, such as various algorithms. In this research, we explore how to secure IoT devices from cyber-attacks and also define how to handle the communication packets between IoT devices. Some IoT devices require more resources for communication so we define the techniques used to reduce these resources. The main purpose of this review is to provide a quick review of all techniques for novice researcher who wants to start their research in this domain.

Day 1,252 for injured and displaced Pittsfield Residents

Day 1 for new leadership and day 1,252 for injured and displaced Pittsfield residents. Thank you to the city leaders, community members & kind folks learning about this issue and calling for solutions. May there be collaboration, communication and cooperation in 2024. May children & families be able to return safely home. source  https://www.facebook.com/pittsfieldcell/videos/938805417575235 video […]

Antennas emitting wireless MAC Address at microscopic level

Research from various groups around the world, focused on nano antennas, WBAN, IoB (Internet of Bodies), wireless emissions, smart cities and health effects. Images show small nano wireless antennas in the blood  https://www.bitchute.com/video/gTu29fRd3H9Z/   video source   Other resources on the subject :   source source source     Comusav.com/bluetruth source     Orwell.city source     […]

‘Body internet’ may eliminate the need for smartphones by changing how we use technology

December 4, 2023  Purdue University One day, humans might be able to use their touch and thoughts instead of screens to interact with the digital world WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — What if the end of the smartphone era is caused by the ability to use your skin — instead of a screen or even voice […]

Key Roles of Plasmonics in Wireless THz Nanocommunications

Wireless data traffic has experienced an unprecedented boost in past years, and according to data traffic forecasts, within a decade, it is expected to compete sufficiently with wired broadband infrastructure. Therefore, the use of even higher carrier frequency bands in the THz range, via adoption of new technologies to equip future THz band wireless communication systems at the nanoscale is required, in order to accommodate a variety of applications, that would satisfy the ever increasing user demands of higher data rates. Certain wireless applications such as 5G and beyond communications, network on chip system architectures, and nanosensor networks, will no longer satisfy speed and latency demands with existing technologies and system architectures.

5G Expose´

5G is being rolled out all over the world, but information from the media about potential health risks has been sparse. The harmful effect has even been claimed to be non-existent by a long line of entities captured by BIG Tech, such as the WHO, the EU Commission, and research institutions financed by telecommunications industry. The industry plans to add millimeter wave technology to the existing 5G, and the EU Commission is about to adopt a binding proposal enabling deployment of this 5G technology by 2025.

Emergency Alert System Routing Metrics from Your ISP to You

Have you ever wondered about wireless and Smart Meter, Smart Home and Smart City? Is it really all about your Smart Health and Smart Phone? Listen to this, it will change your perspective of everything

Kelowna destined to be Canada’s First 15 Minute 5G Smart City

On June 1, 2020, Kelowna’s Mayor Colin Basran announced that it would become a 5G Pilot Program City: New 5G technology designed to anonymously track the movement of people, and vehicles, will be installed in Kelowna next week. It’s part of a “smart city” pilot project partnership between Rogers Communications, the City of Kelowna and UBC.
Two light sensors, powered by the Rogers 5G network, will be installed at two downtown intersections next week, one at Bernard and Water Street, the other at Bernard and Pandosy Street. Three others will be installed later in the year.

FEMA and FCC Plan Nationwide Emergency Alert Test for Oct. 4, 2023

Release Date: August 3, 2023 Test Messages Will be Sent to All TVs, Radios and Cell Phones WASHINGTON — FEMA, in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), will conduct a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) and Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) this fall. The national test will consist of two portions, testing WEA and EAS capabilities. Both tests […]

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