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BY ERNEST WORTHMAN, EXECUTIVE EDITOR, AWT MAGAZINE, SENIOR MEMBER, IEEE May 29, 2020 5G Starts New Conversation on RF Safety There will always be ignorance, and ignorance leads to fear – Bill Gates Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt — FUD – that is, perhaps, the most steadfast set of feelings held throughout the ages. Fear of...
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November 28, 2019 A team of scientists from Jacobs University led by Prof. Alexander Lerchl will examine the effects of 5G on human cells. (Source: Jacobs University) It should enable autonomous driving or smart factories: The introduction of the 5G mobile communications standard in the coming year is associated with high expectations, but also with fears...
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Author: Bennett Cyphers Staff Technologist A publication of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, October 11, 2019 Snippet: 5G is a big step forward, but it is not a panacea. Millimeter-wave 5G will use more bandwidth to serve fewer devices in a smaller area, so it should be able to deliver true gigabit speeds. It should be able...
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– written by Alasdair Philips, Technical Director of EMFields Solutions Ltd Many people are very concerned about the roll-out of 5G. We attempt to address some of the issues. Our current Acoustimeter (AM10) and Acousticom2 (AC2) measure 5G signals up to 8 GHz. The main new 5G frequency bands are in the range 3.4 –...
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Source: US ELECTROMAGNETIC DEFENSE TASK FORCE (EDTF) 2018 REPORT https://www.airuniversity.af.edu/Portals/10/AUPress/Papers/LP_0002_DeMaio_Electromagnetic_Defense_Task_Force.pdf Approved for Public Release This conference report is a product of the United States Air Force Air University and the Curtis E. LeMay Center for Doctrine Development and Education. (Published by Air University Press in November 2018). Disclaimer Opinions, conclusions, and recommendations expressed or implied within...
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Imtiaz Nasim, Seungmo Kim (Submitted on 10 Nov 2017) While cellular communications in millimeter wave (mmW) bands have been attracting significant research interest, their potential harmful impacts on human health are not as significantly studied. Prior research on human exposure to radio frequency (RF) fields in a cellular communications system has been focused on uplink...
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