Whether we like it or not, we are quickly moving into the world of 5G or 5th generation of mobile telecommunications.
Because the frequency bandwidths currently used by mobile phones and similar technologies will soon be exhausted.
And also because we live in a world where people want more.
5G and the associated Internet of Things (IoT) promises to give us more.
Parsifal, September 5, 2018
But more what ?
Super-fast download speeds
5G and IoT promise to connect us in our homes, houses, schools, workplaces, cities, cars and everywhere outdoors with over a trillion 'objects' around the world.
It promises automotive cars, washing machines that order their own washing powder and fabric softener, refrigerators - or freezers that can be switched off when the grid load increases, 'smart' electricity meters ('smart' meters that send the current consumption values to unknown addressees at 5-10 minute intervals in the 5G grid without being asked) and of course super fast downloads and streaming.
According to Fortune.com, the pulsed 5G will support at least 100 billion devices and be 10 to 100 times faster than the current 4G technology (4G was already 10 times faster than 3G).
It will bring download speeds of up to 10 gigabits per second.
This would allow thousands of people in an entire office building to send data in a very short time, which would (supposedly) make productivity much better.
What is 5G ?
5G offers breathtaking data features, technically possible virtually unlimited call volume and virtually unlimited data transfer of the 5G net.
This is done through 5G using a largely unused millimeter wave (MMW) bandwidth, which ranges from 30 GHz to 300 GHz, and some low and medium frequencies.
5G is to be introduced by 2020.
In addition to these almost 'unlimited' possibilities, 5G has some negative consequences, even dangers.
There will be an even larger, narrower and area-wide antenna forest in terms of numbers than there already is.
The reason: millimeter waves (MMW) do not penetrate buildings well and are absorbed by rain and plants - this disturbs the signal.
In addition, high-frequency waves such as MMWs do not spread widely because of the much shorter wavelengths.
To solve this problem, 5G will use very small cell stations (and beam shaping technology) that encrypt and decrypt data packets on their way without interference and send them back to us.
In order to always ensure a connection, we will be surrounded by antennas from all sides.
This could mean radio antennas at every street lamp, every power pole, at every house and shop in neighborhoods and cities.
To enable the installation of these millions of antennas, the laws will be changed accordingly to fit the Agenda 2030, so that no permission needs to be obtained from the authorities and landowners of mobile operators.
Operators will install 5G antennas where they want and there is nothing we can do about it.
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