5G Telecommunications Science

Scientific Literature Updated 2/1/20 Please scroll to the bottom to view the scientific literature 5th Generation (5G) Telecommunications Uses Gigahertz (GHz) Millimeter Sized Wavelengths The Telecommunications Industry promises fast, ubiquitous and unlimited mobile internet access with the next generation of 5G technologies by 2020, along with removal of cheap, secure and safer landlines. This 5G network is … Read more

5G: What the Wireless Industry Doesn’t Want You to Know

by Dr. Martin Pall, Ph.D. MARK YOUR CALENDARS Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry and Basic Medical Sciences, Washington State University 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, February 5, 2020 University of Idaho College of Law Menard Law Courtroom, 711 S. Rayburn Street, Moscow READ MORE: https://www.wcgazette.com/story/2020/01/30/people/talk-slated-on-what-wireless-doesnt-want-you-to-know/31648.html

Boise 5G. A leaf can block the 5G waves.

Portions of the Treasure Valley – including unspecified parts of Meridian as well as a number of locations in Boise – now have 5G cellphone service through Verizon. The announcement was expected. Verizon has been installing the small but ubiquitous 5G transmitters in various downtown Boise locations for several months, but hadn’t even included Boise on its list … Read more

5G and the FCC Five Reasons You Should Care

1. 5G “small” cell antennas are to be placed in neighborhoods everywhere.  Street lights Trashcans Utility poles Bus stops Sides of buildings 2. The radiation from small cells is not small. Wireless antennas emit microwaves — non-ionizing radiofrequency radiation — and essentially function as cell towers. Each installation can have over a thousand antennas that … Read more