FCC approves 5G

FCC President Tom Wheeler

Today the FCC Commissioners unanimously approved a nationwide 5G network.  5G is 24GHz frequencies and higher, also known as millimeter waves. They expressed concern about security risks, and the need to ensure localities, that’s your town and mine, accept the smaller cell sites which will require a higher density deployment.

How will these higher frequencies affect the environment? This is an experiment we don’t want.

This year, the US government, led by the National Toxicology Program linked cancer to cell phone radiation. This study is a game changer for the need to eliminate wireless frequencies (wi-fi, smart meters, cell towers, etc) in our homes and cities.
5G will take a few years to deploy, so we still have time to make a case for stopping deployment.  Stay tuned…


3 thoughts on “FCC approves 5G”

  1. The Natural Resources Defense Council is seeking comments from members that speak of the harm caused by 5G towers. These comments will be used to buttress the lawsuit that NRDC filed against the FCC for its March 18th ruling to allow small 5G towers to exist without any kind of environmental ruling. Please submit comments by JULY 2nd (!!) to nrdcinfo@nrdc.org. Reference Case No. 18-1135. If you need assistance writing a comment, please contact Arthur Firstenberg at info@cellphonetaskforce.org. More info on the lawsuit can be found at https://smartmeterharm.org/2018/06/19/breaking-natural-resources-defense-council-sues-fcc-requests-statements-from-members/

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