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It's time to blow out the mmWave candle following an OpenSignal report showing that the average time most users spend on mmWave 5G is less than 1%, three years into the rollout of the technology. https://t.co/7WtyLPBuCO?— Mike Dano (@mikeddano) July 13, 2021 According to OpenSignal, the average mobile user in the US today connects to...
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17th of July 2021 Source: BBC News https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-57875322 The US government is investigating a series of health incidents in the Austrian capital Vienna involving its diplomats and other administration staff. More than 20 officials have reported symptoms similar to Havana Syndrome – a mystery brain illness – since President Joe Biden took office in January....
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Astronomers are making some headway at the UN over the issue of how satellite megaconstellations are affecting the night skies for everyone. By me from #SATCON2 https://t.co/YdREfmTHNh— Alexandra Witze (@alexwitze) July 16, 2021 Source: Nature doi: https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-021-01954-4 16 July 2021 Working with the United Nations, scientists hope to establish standards for satellite ‘megaconstellations’ and reduce disruption...
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A new research paper outlines how @oppo intends to venture into #6G. @OPPOSouthAfrica https://t.co/sRF0i9taHH— ITWeb News Publication (@ITWeb) July 15, 2021 Oppo has outlined its intention to venture into 6G, as part of the Chinese multinational telco’s future plans to create next-generation communications offerings. The phone maker’s research arm, the Oppo Research Institute in Shenzhen, has...
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Industrial assets on Earth that reach the end of their operational life can be decommissioned. 🏭What can we learn from that to tackle the problem of debris in space? 🛰️🌍@harriet_brettle from @astroscale_HQ explores in our latest blog. 👇https://t.co/8xJVsk3I6o— UK Space Agency (@spacegovuk) July 16, 2021 Harriet Brettle, Posted on:16 July 2021 – Categories: Space surveillance and tracking As...
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Satellites to connect the unconnected https://t.co/TJrQ75zwWm pic.twitter.com/tLlinamQPp— Int’l #Telecommunication Union 🇺🇳 #connect2030 (@ITU) July 15, 2021 ITU News interview Julie Zoller, who oversees the key regulatory affairs portfolio for Amazon’s Project Kuiper, which aims to launch a constellation of low-Earth orbit satellites to provide low-latency, high-quality broadband connectivity worldwide. She previously served as chief government...
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The Turkish-led consortium has filed an appeal against the rejection of its powership emergency energy solution on environmental grounds. Meanwhile, the Green Scorpions recommend criminal charges arising from Karpowership’s earlier attempt to bypass environmental regulations Karpowership SA is not going down without a fight: on Tuesday it filed an eleventh-hour appeal against the government’s decision...
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In Featured News by Wireless Estimator July 14, 2021 https://wirelessestimator.com/articles/2021/american-tower-and-sba-communications-exposed-to-sabotage-during-south-africa-riots/ Snippet The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) has received dozens of  reports of vandalism of communications infrastructure across the country, noting that as the riots rage on, 113 towers have been damaged, and many community radio stations have been looted. “Such wanton destruction of the broadcasting infrastructure...
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Source: ICASA https://www.icasa.org.za/news/2021/icasa-urges-communities-to-safeguard-the-communication-infrastructure-against-vandalism 13 July 2021 Pretoria – The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA/the Authority) unreservedly condemns the ongoing acts of violence, looting and arson currently taking place in the country, which have resulted in the disruption of communication services, closure of some community radio stations and vandalism of network facilities. The affected community...
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