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November 2019
The roof of Maxey Hall. One of the cell towers is on the other side of the barriers. The barriers were put up to warn workers on the roof about RF radiation. Photo contributed by Jeff Donahue Emma Fletcher-Frazer, News Editor November 21, 2019 Thirteen. That’s the number of years that Physical Plant employees have...
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Smart homes are in our future, thanks to 5G – as long as the power stays on. Photo: iStock NOVEMBER 19, 2019 Weak power grids may put 5G networks in peril As this new technology becomes an essential element of daily life, a power blackout shutting it down could have dire consequences. By LUKAS TRAKIMAVIČIUS Over...
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Original article in French https://www.anfr.fr/toutes-les-actualites/actualites/equipements-radioelectriques-laffichage-du-debit-dabsorption-specifique-das-sera-generalise/ 11/20/2019 New texts recently published in the Official Journal extend the obligation to inform the consumer of the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) to all radio equipment. To improve public information and to take account of changing consumption patterns and the appearance of new devices that may expose consumers to radiation,...
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Auto translated from Polish. Prof Marek Zmyślony is the head of the Radiological Protection Institute of the Occupational Medicine Institute in Łódź. He is also the Chairman of the Commission of the Polish Society for Radiation Research for Bioelectromagnetic Problems. The Institute of Citizens’ Affairs talks with professor Marek Zmyślony about the 5G network, the controversy surrounding its...
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Excerpts only, for the full article please see: https://mybroadband.co.za/news/cloud-hosting/328531-the-future-of-data-centres-in-africa.html?source=newsletter Sanjay Kumar Sainani, SVP & CTO of Huawei’s Global Data Center Business: Modern data centre design Sainani explained that modern data centres are designed and built quite differently from just a few years ago. “If you were to ask an IT manager what systems he needs...
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Dated on November 15, 2019. The Minister of Solidarities and Health, Agnès Buzyn The Minister of Economy and Finance, Bruno Le Maire Source: https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/affichTexte.do?cidTexte=JORFTEXT000039385174&categorieLien=id#JORFARTI000039385179
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By ITU News Delegates representing ITU Member States have agreed at the World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-19) in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, to adopt an innovative new milestone-based approach for the deployment of non-geostationary satellite (NGSO) systems in specific radio-frequency bands and services. The agreement reached at WRC-19 establishes regulatory procedures for the deployment of NGSOs, including mega-constellations in low-Earth orbit....
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Lampeter Town Council has agreed to ‘draw a line in the sand’ and refuse to endorse the rollout of 5G technology pending more scientific research on any potential harmful effects. A motion brought before members by Cllr Gary Thorogood – stating they had “a moral responsibility to protect public health and the local environment” –...
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5 March 2019 By Michael Le Page Less of this, please Matthew Horwood/Getty Images Our tech addiction is cooking the planet. The manufacture and use of smartphones, computers and TVs will produce 4 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions by 2020 and 8 per cent by 2025. That is the conclusion of a report on the sustainability...
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Re-posted from Electromagnetic Radiation Safety, Nov 18, 2019 Over the past two years, I have heard from many hundreds of people from all over our country who are opposed to the deployment of 5G. They have educated themselves about wireless radiation risks and decided they do not want the Telecom industry to install “small cells”...
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