Suburbs will be irradiated by Telstra’s 60MHz 5G and there is no escape
Time for those many thousands of ordinary citizens signed up to a massive class action against Coronahoax to shift their sights to Telstra and 5G
Telstra is relying on the communist-controlled World Health Organisation for 5G safety advice which most consumers will find laughable.
It also has a submission from the Chief Health Officer, the mob in charge of the Coronahoax, who says radiation levels are safe.
This flies in the face of international warnings from just about every astute researcher in the world.
What Telstra is not saying is how there will be mass saturation of mini towers emanating dangerous EMF waves at 60GHz up to 86GHz throughout suburbia and in the regions allowing mass surveillance of every living person, motor vehicles, turning homes into listening posts, ie, smart homes and every office will be the same.
From the Telstra website:
The Radio Access Network – consists of various types of facilities including small cells, towers, masts and dedicated in-building and home systems that connect mobile users and wireless devices to the main core network.
Small cells will be a major feature of 5G networks particularly at the new millimetre wave (mmWave) frequencies where the connection range is very short. To provide a continuous connection, small cells will be distributed in clusters depending on where users require connection which will complement the macro network that provides wide-area coverage.
5G Macro Cells will use MIMO (multiple input, multiple output) antennas that have multiple elements or connections to send and receive more data simultaneously. The benefit to users is that more people can simultaneously connect to the network and maintain high throughput. Where MIMO antennas use very large numbers of antenna elements they are often referred to as ‘massive MIMO’, however, the physical size is similar to existing 3G and 4G base station antennas.
Increased Spectrum – greater capacity, more users and faster speed
In many countries the initial frequency bands for 5G are below 6 GHz (in many cases in the 3.3-3.8 GHz bands) and similar frequencies to existing mobile and Wi-Fi networks. Additional mobile spectrum above 6 GHz, including the 26-28 GHz bands often referred to as millimeter (mm) Wave, will provide significantly more capacity compared to the current mobile technologies. The additional spectrum and greater capacity will enable more users, more data and faster connections. It is also expected that there will be future reuse of existing low band spectrum for 5G as legacy networks decline in usage and to support future use cases.
The increased spectrum in the mmWave band will provide localised coverage as they only operate over short distances. Future 5G deployments may use mmW frequencies in bands up to 86 GHz.
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Consumers should make their own minds up but it is very disturbing when Telstra admits it will step up frequencies to 86GHz.
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