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9th of July 2021 The GSMA called on regulators across the globe to boost mid-band spectrum availability, cautioning without additional allocations meeting United Nations (UN) internet speed targets could cost billions of dollars more per city and have a higher carbon footprint. A study commissioned by the organisation and undertaken by Coleago Consulting estimated the...
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Strict Standard Seen as Barrier to 5G Development Source: Microwave News https://microwavenews.com/short-takes-archive/italys-6vm-risk May 3, 2021 Italy’s 6 V/m RF exposure standard, one of the strictest in the world, may soon fall victim to 5G. The Italian limit, adopted more than 20 years ago, is widely perceived as standing in the way of the build-out of...
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The evolving 5G case study in United States unilateral spectrum planning and policy https://doi.org/10.1016/j.telpol.2020.102011 Rob Frieden Extract: This paper offers a critical rebuke to unilateral spectrum management, because the short-term benefits expected by the U. S. government likely will be offset by countervailing harms to 5G manufacturers, carriers and consumers. The paper tracks fractious preparation...
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October 2019: The 0.1 W/m2 threshold is currently in force in Poland. At these levels, it forms an obstacle to the deployment of 5G. Under a new law, the Ministry of Health will set limits for electromagnetic field emissions, taking the task over from the Ministry of Environment. https://www.telecompaper.com/news/poland-starts-working-on-new-electromagnetic-radiation-norms–1311809 September 2019: Polish national telecommunications regulator UKE has...
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  The workshop took place in the framework of ITU’s Telecommunication Development Sector (ITU-D) Study Group 2 Question 7/2 during the ITU-D Study Group 2 meetings. Question 7/2 refers to the study on strategies and policies concerning human exposure to electromagnetic fields. ITU has developed several recommendations on the issue and Member States are encouraged...
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Image credit: Slava Bowman Unsplash.com In countries with EMF limits significantly below the ICNIRP limits, the rollout of 5G networks will be a major problem 2018 – October 2018: Brussels standards must be adapted to enable 5G deployment Lars Andersen, Brussels Times: The Belgian Institute of Postal and Telecommunications Sevices (“IBPT”) believes in a study,...
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