However, a group of electromagnetic field physicists skeptical of the new mobile communication standard. As a result, a special website was created. It’s – EMFscientist.org. Back in 2015, they published a press release, according to which mobile transmitters can increase the risk of cancer, cell stress and have a devastating effect on genes, as well as blunt memory and people’s ability to learn.
Thus, at present, the public is increasingly concerned about the situation with electromagnetic radiation. And all the more people fear spread of networks fifth generation.
However, the ultrahigh frequency signal quickly fades out. Therefore, the transmission radius does not exceed a couple of hundred meters. In addition, the walls of buildings – an insurmountable barrier to such a signal. So, the higher the frequency, the more transmitters have to be installed.
With low frequencies, the situation is reversed. The signal is more stable and is transmitted over long distances, but speed suffers. That is why for the widespread introduction of 5G networks and their normal operation of a single frequency band is not enough.
The frequency spectrum for 5G can be divided into three groups, depending on what the networks will be used for.
- The first group is the range below 2 GHz. The range of the transmitter can reach several kilometers. However, the maximum data rate is not more than 100 Mbit / s. Suitable for covering larger areas, provides a stable signal indoors. Applicable for mass machine-to-machine communication (mMTS), the Internet of things, because they do not generate very large amounts of traffic but requires ultra-reliable connection and low latency.
- The second group – the middle range, or the so-called C-Band, with a frequency of 2 to 6 GHz. The range from a few hundred meters to 1-2 km, Provides a relatively stable signal indoors and the high-speed data transmission. This range is considered optimal for 5g network coverage of the urban environment. Suitable for the Internet of things and machine-to-machine communication, as well as for user applications that do not require high data rates.
- The third group – ultrahigh frequencies above 6 GHz. It uses wide frequency bands and provides a large bandwidth. Suitable for services that require high data rates, up to 20 Gbit / s – 3D video, augmented reality, holographic communication, tactile Internet and so on. However, the range of the signal-within the line of sight between the transmitter and the receiver – is not more than 200 meters. In addition, the signal does not pass through walls, and is damped by certain weather conditions, such as rain. That is why the full development of this segment requires a high density of transmitters. based on these data we can assume that the more such sensors will be installed the stronger and more stable will be EMF.
In turn, the US in the development of 5G generally apart. The root frequency range of the fifth-generation networks will make ultrahigh frequencies. The US has already held two auctions for 5g band frequencies above 6GHz. Spectrum frequencies of 24 GHz and 28 GHz were sold. Later this year, it is planned to hold auctions for three more bands of ultrahigh frequencies: 37, 39 and 47 GHz. It is also known about auctions for three more bands of ultrahigh frequencies: 37, 39 and 47 GHz.
USA President Donald Trump has stated that the US must secure global leadership in the construction of 5G networks. and progress is evident: by the end of 2019, the country will have as many fifth-generation frequency spectra as there are nowhere else in the world.
EMF and 5G protection.
In General, the meaning of harm from EMF and 5G radiation is the formation of free radicals in humans and animals. In turn, they are formed in large numbers as a result of exposure to high frequency waves. Ultimately, free radicals harm the body. However, get rid of them or reduce their number can be with the help of antioxidants.
Therefore, foods that contain antioxidants will be useful. These include, for example: almonds, broccoli, cherries, eggs, kiwi, cabbage, oranges, pumpkin seeds, salmon and others.
Also, back in 2005 about this property buckyballs clearly stated Thomas Jefferson of University Hospital scientific research: “Researchers Find Nanoparticle Shows Promise in Reducing Radiation Side Effects”.
A group of American scientists has shown that microscopic molecules of carbon C60 can protection normal tissues from exposure to radiation.
Scientists gave the molecule the name of buckminsterfullerene or the buckyball in honor of the American architect Buckminster Fuller. They did so because of the similarity of the shape of the molecule (because it looks like a football) and the domes of the buildings that were built by this artist.
The buckyball formed on Earth after lightning strikes, as a result of burning natural gas. For industrial use, C 60 was mined by burning graphite rods. It should be noted that the synthesis of fullerene is expensive. Also, these nanoparticle was found in space.