Understanding the Big Picture

graphic showing wireless radiation, cell towers, and mobile devices. Text says Internet of things. At what cost?

“The “race to 5G” is not really a race at all, except perhaps among wireless companies to see who can be first to market with their products and services. 5G will not necessarily bring broadband to under-served or rural communities; fiber-optic cable is still required to do that. It will not solve the digital divide; 5G will offer faster download speeds, but it will come at a hefty price for consumers.  And 5G will not immediately improve cell phone service, or assist first-responders in an emergency. It’s not required for autonomous cars.

Then what’s the real purpose of 5G? This massive build-out of “small cell” wireless infrastructure is to enable  telecom companies to beam their signals into homes and apartments without having to install a cable. It’s that simple. ” Read more at telecompowergrab.org.

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