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Debriefing Webinar of the SA National Report Join us on the 26th of June 2022 at 3pm (South African time) for a debriefing of the report. The webinar is free of charge and all are welcome. Residents (scientists and the general public) from other countries might find the report and discussion insightful. Interested parties can register...
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The book can be downloaded for free: https://bit.ly/GrigorievBook (198 page pdf)https://www.orsaa.org/uploads/6/7/7/9/67791943/frequencies_used_in_telecommunications__an_integrated_radiobiological_assessment.pdf Sources: ORSAA Oceania Radiofrequency Scientific Advisory Association Inchttps://www.orsaa.org/ EMR Australia PL https://emraustralia.com.au/
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Win an Acoustimeter AM 11! Details: https://mailchi.mp/emfsa/win-an-acoustimeter-am-11
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•R27bn pledge to usher in 5G technologies [Read] @CommsZA and Digital Technologies Minister, @Stellarated has announced that R27 billion has been pledged by operators and vendors to usher in 5G fibre technologies in South Africa https://t.co/WgjbaiPCog pic.twitter.com/75E6epqcFq— @SAgovnews (@SAgovnews) May 19, 2021 Wednesday, May 19, 2021 Communications and Digital Technologies Minister, Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams, has announced...
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https://twitter.com/EP_ScienceTech/status/1394228147495768065?s=20 Panel for the Future of Science and Technology (STOA) European Parliament 31-05-2021 10:00Presentation of the studies: ‘Health impact of 5G’ and ‘Environmental impacts of 5G’ (online event) Over the last decades, novel wireless communication technologies, such as mobile telephones, cellular networks, and Wi-Fi, have been developed at unparalleled speed. The forthcoming rollout of 5G...
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Source: SMARTCITIESDIVE https://tinyurl.com/3w5b4y56 By Chris Teale Published March 26, 2021 Dive Brief: Some smart city technologies are more at risk of a cyberattack than others, according to recent research from the University of California at Berkeley (UC Berkeley), meaning local leaders must be more conscious of the technology’s associated risks. Researchers found that emergency alert systems, street video surveillance and...
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26 March 2021 Pretoria – The Council of the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa ( ICASA/the Authority) has resolved to review the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) COVID-19 National Disaster Regulations (The Regulations) and extend the temporary radio frequency spectrum assignments issued to licensees for another two months (from 1 April 2021 to 31...
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New requirements have been introduced for the OFCOM licence for all licensable radio equipment due to concerns about the risk of exposure to electromagnetic field (EMF) emissions.Source: Yachting Monthly https://tinyurl.com/xtbz265r Katy Stickland, March 23, 2021 New requirements have been introduced for the OFCOM licence for all licensable radio equipment due to concerns about the risk...
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Photo by Martin Sanchez on Unsplash Post updated 26th of March 2021: The Council of ICASA has resolved to review the ICT COVID-19 National Disaster Regulations and extend the temporary radio frequency spectrum assignments issued to licensees for another two months (from 1 April 2021 to 31 May 2021). https://icasa.org.za/news/2021/icasa-extends-temporary-radio-frequency-spectrum-assignments-for-licensees 20th March 2021 South Africa declared a...
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Cell phone providers are increasingly hiding their 4G LTE and 5G antennas in all manner of things, including fake cacti. Source https://interestingengineering.com/the-weird-world-of-hiding-5g-technologies-in-plain-sight By Marcia Wendorf Mar 17, 2021 Along the roadsides of posh North Scottsdale, Arizona are some tall Saguaro cacti, but look a little closer and you’ll notice something strange. Many of the cacti are exactly...
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