5G – City of Sebastopol, California – Telecommunication Ordinance

https://ci.sebastopol.ca.us/getattachment/Meeting-Event/City-Council/2019/City-Council-Meeting-April-16,-2019/Agenda-Item-Number-10-Telecommunications-ordinance-First-Reading-and-Introduction.pdf.aspx

The updated Sebastopol ordinance passed April 16, 2019. It does not stop 5G, there is NO moratorium on 5G in Sebastopol, but it does raise the bar in terms of what the telecom has to do to apply:


Telecom applicants must have an in person meeting with full completed applications.


Telecom applicants must hold public meetings prior to applying.


Telecom applicants must give notice of application to residents within 600 feet of the proposed site.


Antennas must be at least 1500 feet apart.


Antennas not in residential zones.
The Sebastopol Telecommunication Ordinance is 55 pages- and complicated, but above is the basic gist.
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Barcelona hospital first to use 5G technology for remote surgery

http://www.catalannews.com/society-science/item/barcelona-hospital-first-to-use-5g-technology-for-remote-surgery

Clínic hospital project aims to allow surgeons around the world to cooperate during operations

05 February 2019 06:52 PM byACN | Barcelona

Barcelona’s Clínic hospital has become the first in Spain to adopt 5G technology so that surgeons can carry out operations at a distance in real time.

The low latency of 5G communications networks means that operations can take place remotely without any delays.

The aim of the project is to connect surgeons from around the world without them needing to be present in the operating theater.

Presented on Tuesday, the ‘Remote surgery’ project will have to wait until 5G technology becomes widely available, which is scheduled from 2020.

Meanwhile, as part of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona later this month, surgeons from the Clínic hospital will remotely carry out an operation that will be streamed on 5G.

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5G – news from Ireland

5G – news from Ireland
Today’s Sunday Times in Ireland main headline is:
Greenlight for €3bn rural web
The lead paragraph is:

The government is expected award the tender for delivering high speed broadband in rural Ireland to the National Broadband Ireland (NBI) consortium led by David McCourt, the last remaining bidder in the procurement process being overseen by Communications Minister Richard Bruton. The project could cost €3bn.

 I think it important to note the the Times calls it a “procurement process” which means the government is buying it for the nation…
A colleague wrote: “It’s the largest investment in anything, in Irelands’ history. They want EVERYONE to have access to high speed broadband. I looked at the map and there’s nowhere broadband won’t be. Having said that here, in Kerry the cables will go directly into the house not wi-fi from the line.”
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The Latest: Trump says America must win race to build 5G

https://abcnews.go.com/Technology/wireStory/latest-trump-america-win-race-build-5g-62363185

EXCERPT:

FILE - This Feb. 25, 2019 file photo shows a banner of the 5G network is displayed during the Mobile World Congress wireless show, in Barcelona, Spain. The U.S. communications regulator will hold a massive auction to bolster 5G service, the next generation of mobile networks, and will spend $20 billion for rural internet. 5G will mean faster wireless speeds and has implications for technologies like self-driving cars and augmented reality. The Federal Communications Commission said Friday, April 12, that it would hold the largest auction in U.S. history, of 3,400 megahertz, to boost wireless companies’ networks. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez, File)

(The Associated Press) FILE – This Feb. 25, 2019 file photo shows a banner of the 5G network is displayed during the Mobile World Congress wireless show, in Barcelona, Spain. The U.S. communications regulator will hold a massive auction to bolster 5G service, the next generation of mobile networks, and will spend $20 billion for rural internet. 5G will mean faster wireless speeds and has implications for technologies like self-driving cars and augmented reality. The Federal Communications Commission said Friday, April 12, that it would hold the largest auction in U.S. history, of 3,400 megahertz, to boost wireless companies’ networks.

The Latest on President Donald Trump and 5G next generation mobile networks (all times local):

2:45 p.m.

President Donald Trump says the race to build 5G is one America must win.

Trump said Friday at the White House that building high-speed networks across the United States will transform the way Americans work, learn, communicate and travel.

5G will mean faster wireless speeds and has implications for technologies like self-driving cars and augmented reality.

The rollout started last week in the U.S. and South Korea but will take years.

Trump says, “We must not rest. The race is far from over.”

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The Brussels Times – Radiation concerns halt Brussels 5G development, for now

http://www.brusselstimes.com/brussels/14753/radiation-concerns-halt-brussels-5g-for-now

Radiation concerns halt Brussels 5G development, for now

Monday, 01 April 2019 10:54

Radiation concerns halt Brussels 5G development, for now© Belga

Plans for a pilot project to provide high-speed 5G wireless internet in Brussels have been halted due to fears for the health of citizens, according to reports.
In July, the government concluded an agreement with three telecom operators to relax the strict radiation standards in Brussels. But according to the Region, it is now impossible to estimate the radiation from the antennas required for the service.

“I cannot welcome such technology if the radiation standards, which must protect the citizen, are not respected, 5G or not,” Environment minister Céline Fremault (CDH) told Bruzz. “The people of Brussels are not guinea pigs whose health I can sell at a profit. We cannot leave anything to doubt,” she added.

A pilot project is not feasible with the current radiation standards, and Fremault told Bruzz that she does not intend to make an exception.

The Brussels region has particularly strict radiation standards for telecom applications. The standard of 6 volts per metre has already led to problems in the past with providing fast mobile internet via 4G in the capital.

Last week, the various governments in Belgium once again failed to reach agreement on the auctioning of the 5G licences. The file remains stuck on the distribution of the proceeds. It will be up to the next government to handle the proposal, said Telecom Minister Philippe De Backer (Open VLD) last week.

The Brussels Times

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BREAKING: 5G Internal Conflicts Article 4-2-19

Note:  Please watch to see how this 5G CONflict unfolds . . . Do not think for a moment this secret frequency grid deployment will end due to public safety concerns. REALLY? 
 
Public safety is NOT a concern – think about the premeditated GENOCIDE policies . . . 

Read more “BREAKING: 5G Internal Conflicts Article 4-2-19”

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Senior DARPA Scientist Warns of Widespread LETHAL ATTACKS Upon the Public Coming From Microwave Towers

Senior DARPA Scientist Warns of Widespread LETHAL ATTACKS Upon the Public Coming From Microwave Towers

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