Is This What You Want Outside Your Bedroom Window?

By Catherine J. Frompovich 5G is creating an environmental nightmare in more ways than technology addicts even can imagine! Since 5G waves don’t travel very far, innovative ‘cell towers’ of all shapes, types and sizes—including that of a refrigerator size—most likely will be ‘planted’ on a pole of some sort outside most buildings, including your home! 5G cell …

Welcome to The EMF Community – the new reference site for all things EMF related

Our purpose is to bring you the latest news and information and provide a discussion centre for all those that have concerns about todays EMF environment. We will be bringing you up-to-date news from our sources and contributors around the world. News, opinions, articles, videos, reviews, discussion with ‘Your Say’, and a new online consultancy …

All you need to know about 5G

Small cells will help companies build denser 5G networks that can reuse bandwidth more efficiently Today’s mobile users want faster data speeds and more reliable service. The next generation of wireless networks—5G—promises to deliver that, and much more. Right now, though, 5G is still in the planning stages, and companies and industry groups are working together to figure …

How to think about the risks of mobile phones and Wi-Fi

Experts need to talk about uncertainty as well as simple fact. The rise and fall of the controversy over the safety of mobile phones offers some useful lessons. The US Green party presidential candidate Jill Stein has come under fire for supposedly ‘anti-science’ statements relating to the risks of vaccines, genetically modified crops and electromagnetic fields from …

Smart meter IT system delayed until autumn

By John Moylan, Industry correspondent, BBC News A key IT project at the heart of the UK’s national smart meter roll-out programme is facing further delays. The government has confirmed that the communications infrastructure which links smart meters to energy suppliers will now not be ready until the autumn. The system was due to be switched …

Are smartphones really making our children sad?

Last week, the children’s commissioner, Anne Longfield, launched a campaign to help parents regulate internet and smartphone use at home. She suggested that the overconsumption of social media was a problem akin to that of junk-food diets. “None of us, as parents, would want our children to eat junk food all the time – double cheeseburger, chips, …

Fears for children’s health sparks protests over Hampstead phone masts application

Plans to erect two “unsightly” mobile phone masts near four schools have sparked a storm of protest. Telecoms company Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Ltd (CTIL) and Spanish multinational Telefónica made the application to raise two masts and equipment on the top of Henderson Court in Fitzjohns Avenue, Hampstead, in July. But members of the community and …

Apple gets nod to test its 5G technology

Millimetre-wave technology helps in larger data transmission at faster speed. But to allow such larger data transmission go through, a direct line of sight is needed. San Francisco: Apple is set to begin testing its 5G technology after the US Federal Communications Commission approved its application to work towards bringing the technology to masses. According to …