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O Governo aprovou no dia 7 fevereiro 2020, por via eletrónica, uma resolução do Conselho de Ministros que define a estratégia e calendarização para a quinta geração de comunicações móveis (5G). (Com video no final da página)
In this article we are going to focus on the blue/white LED street lights that are 5G ready and are springing up all over Portugal.
The agency approves a controversial plan to speed up moving satellite providers off of valuable C-band spectrum.
According to various press articles in UK, Vodafone in December 2018 embarked on a subterranean network upgrade project to improve 4G connectivity across the country and to lay the ground work for its 5G offering before their 5G launch at the end of 2019.
Don’t you find it strange the fact that the 5G roll-out is happening at the same time across the world? How is it possible that its all taking place at the same time? And with very little public disclosure, massive lack of transparency and no public consultations.
Today we share some practical tips on how to reduce your exposure to current levels of RF radiation so that you can take steps to protect your friends and family.
What’s the best analogy that we can use to explain to you the risk of the 5G technology that governments worldwide are roller-coasting on behalf of the telecommunications industry without the necessary safeguards to protect man and nature?
One thing that it always intigred me was how renewable energy would play a key role in the deployment of 5G networks and IoT (Internet of Things). I’ve often asked myself if the drive to promote alternative energy sources to fossil fuels had other ulterior motives behind it, rather than…
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