Very bad news for those of us suffering hypersensitivity to electromagnetic fields and radio-frequency radiation emitting from wi-fi:
Tech manufacturer D-Link announced last week that it is releasing a new router, model DWR-2010 5G NR, that will provide extremely fast download speeds (up to 3Gbps) in readiness for 5G broadband rolling out.
Problem is, it’s entirely cordless.
In a glowing article published on endgadget.com, writer Steve Dent says, “All the new products are WiFi based and work without a hub …”
A router hub is the panel, usually located at the back, where users can connect their machines (e.g., laptops) using ethernet cables instead of accessing the internet via wi-fi signals.
Health hazards presented by radio frequency radiation emitted by broadband are already causing concern for many people termed “hypersensitive”.
‘Symptoms can vary from mild to severe headaches, nausea, insomnia, eye irritations, dizziness, skin rashes, facial swelling, fatigue, joint pains, buzzing/ringing in the ears, abdominal pain, breathing difficulties, irregular heart beat, depression, balance problems, paralysis, poor memory/concentration, seizures.’ – lifeenergysolutions.com website advice on hypersensitivity.
IT equipment using ethernet emits no radiation when wi-fi networking is disabled. Without an ethernet option, users will be subject to strong electromagnetic fields from both their machines and their routers.
If other router manufacturers follow this trend, it may in future become impossible to find a compatible router still featuring a hub for cables.
This issue will gain prominence given the massive hike in electro-smog 5G technology and the “internet of things” will bring into our homes.