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September 15, 2020
For Simonetta Sommaruga, the Confederation is making the deployment of 5G a priority in the face of a “resisting” population.KEYSTONE / Alessandro Della Valle / Peter Klaunzer Source: https://www.lematin.ch/story/5g-en-suisse-leconomie-veut-un-passage-en-force-702250181264?fbclid=IwAR1O0BjjoWlSAokssErr5F78V8Bf9qOYhDlJKbUWuijX8uDCVoxIP8z94h4 Auto translation from French The refusal by the National Council of a motion requesting immediate monitoring of the health effects is symptomatic of operators’ impatience. But the...
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French economy minister Bruno Le Maire, at an energy conference in París on 8 September, 2020. AFP Text by: RFI France’s Economy Minister has called for 5G mobile phone services to be rolled out as soon as possible, saying any delay would disadvantage the French market. His comments angered dozens of MPs, who have signed a...
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Photo: Courtesy of Raytheon Intelligence & Space Raytheon Intelligence & Space discusses what Greek mythology can tell us about missile defense. By RAYTHEON INTELLIGENCE & SPACE on September 14, 2020 at 11:11 PM To the ancient Greeks, Argus Panoptes was a giant with a thousand eyes who always kept watch, even in his sleep. That constant...
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Rain had 5,500 active 4G and 447 active 5G sites in South Africa as of the end of April 2020, with plans to increase its footprint to 1,500 sites by December 2021. Ultimately more than 2,000 5G towers in larger metro areas throughout South Africa are planned. Source: Rain’s extraordinary valuation https://mybroadband.co.za/news/cellular/367418-rains-extraordinary-valuation.html?utm_source=newsletter
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Bradley Prior 14 September 2020 The City of Johannesburg has relaunched its free WiFi project, which comprises 84 active Joburg Free WiFi hotspots across the city. “Today we are re-launching the free #JoburgWiFi hotspots roll-out. This is after the free WiFi roll-out took a backseat in the past four years,” tweeted the City of Johannesburg. The project provides Johannesburg...
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BioelectromagneticsVolume 41, Issue 7https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/bem.22287 Source: Microwave News microwavenews.com Twitter (@microwavenews) Denis Habauzit’s group Inserm exposed three batches of the same type of skin cells, each from a different source, to 60.4 GHz millimeter waves in “exactly the same way” and looked at changes in gene expression. They saw divergent responses. For the 3 samples, they...
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