5G Networks in European Countries: appeal for a standstill in the respect for the precautionary principle

In Penticton Locals Supporting Locals was successful in gaining a Public Forum be held in regards to Health, Safety and privacy. Date is still to be announced

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International Society of Doctors for Environment [ISDE]

5G Networks in European Countries: appeal for a standstill in the respect for the precautionary principle          


3)    IEEE is industry and this article confirms what was reported earlier, that phased array antennae will be used to send 5G signals. This method increases the distance, the strength and the level of microwave radiation to a dangerous level, and these things are mere feet from homes.

5G Phased Array Antennas Directed Beams – http://www.ozeninc.com/industry-solutions/antenna-design/

Phased Arrays Move From Academic Curiosity to Industrial Reality

Experts agree that phased arrays are ready for 5G networks, and will soon switch from analog to digital


Here’s the article I shared a few months ago about phased array antennae:

From Blankets to Bullets

The Defense Department acknowledged in a 1975 report, quoted by Brodeur, that such systems “energize thousands of operational elements, are electronically steered at high search rates, and operate at a frequency range having a maximum whole body energy transfer to man and for which little bioeffects data exists.”


[1) – http://www.stopsmartmetersbc.com/2018-01-22-please-read-5g-is-going-to-be-much-worse-than-we-have-been-told/]

4)    Industry will be building 5G on existing networks, using not only milliwave frequencies but also the lower frequencies but also the lower frequencies, e.g. 600 MHz, for which there is already significant evidence showing biological effects. These lower frequencies penetrate buildings and bodies more efficiently.


“But Kouppamaki, the Vice President of Radio Network Technology Development and Strategy for T-Mobile, had a good reason to spend the first portion of his talk discussing the current generation of wireless tech: Despite the radical departures 5G promises for network infrastructure and data rates, it will still be built on existing networks.

“People associate millimeter waves with 5G,” Kuoppamaki said, “And rightly so, it’s untapped frequencies.” The data rates offered by the 28 GHz band are an exciting opportunity, but he went on to say that he, and T-Mobile, see 5G’s potential extending far beyond this new frontier of spectrum.

T-Mobile plans to develop a 5G network across the entire spectrum—not just at the high-frequency millimeter wave band. One of the big problems for millimeter waves is their short propagation distance. They’ll be great for dense urban areas, where lower frequencies inevitably get blocked by all the obstacles anyway. But to deliver 5G across the United States, Kouppamaki argues that just as much attention must be given to mid- and low-band frequencies.””



Sharon Noble
Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters

“All truth passes through three stages. First it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.” 
~ Arnold Schopenhauer