The excellent stopsmartmetersbc.com emailed me with this telecom industry article explaining tech specification and jargon behind 5G.
Although some of the information in the piece is geared specifically for Canada, such as rollout timetables, the technical descriptions – “MIMO”, “advanced beam-forming”, etc – will apply universally. It’s all pretty easy to understand too!
Here’s the body text of the email, including the article link:
From the industry: One of the most detailed descriptions of how 5G is anticipated to work.
Read about the beam forming, which is what experts warn will make these transmitters more powerful and dangerous than current ones. Please remember what other industry articles have acknowledged. The increase in speed and data is for the industry itself. Individuals won’t even notice the difference. This is all about what helps the industry expand while avoiding regulations or bothersome “rules” that require informing people living near these things.