5G antennas are sometimes obvious while other times they may be hidden or disguised. Our members have compiled images of different antennas to view. You can discuss antenna identification and spotting in our antenna group.
The Santa Barbara City Council is pushing back on an effort by Verizon to install 5G wireless technology. The council voted 4-3 to take more time to study the potential health impacts of the technology. City Attorney Ariel Calonne will provide a memo to the council within 90 days. Councilmembers Michael Jordan, Eric Friedman and Cathy Murillo […]
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“Students are exposed to a relatively high background of microwave radiation everywhere they go and in everything they do. Some lectures are taught ‘over the internet’ using WIFI, which means they are in exposure environments characterised by pulsed microwave signals day in and day out.”
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“5G is known to rely on hundreds of thousands even millions of small cell sites: are there any potential health implications from those sites? We’ve asked for the studies — and have not received them.”
Common Scenario: “The FCC has asked for comments about health effects — and the comments are due tomorrow.” Does the FCC want to hear what consumers think? If this all-too-common scenario is any indication then the answer would be, “Absolutely not”. Of all the complaints we hear from people across the board, it’s that no […]
“A company called AccessParks wants to install 484 antennas within and atop historic lodges (including the iconic Old Faithful Inn), visitor centers, and other buildings to bring broadband throughout most of the park’s developed areas. The plan also entails 39 large antennas and 12 new microwave dishes.”