5G might replace Wired Internet & Cable

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Mar 8, 2017, 4:20:04 PM3/8/17
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De: A Tsiang
Objet: 5G might replace Wired Internet & Cable/Submit Comments to FCC NOW!
Date: 7 mars 2017 à 18:00:29 UTC−5

Hi Everyone,

5G will require MANY small cell towers on light poles and utility poles everywhere, including in front of homes.  For pictures http://emrabc.ca/?page_id=7536&cpage=1#comment-405429 

Also appears telecom is looking at replacing wired internet and cable TV with 5G antennas.  If internet and cable providers decide they don't want to use wired connnections to provide service (as they've already succeeded in obtaining legislation supporting phone landline elimination in some states) and use 5G antennas instead (e.g. if it's more economical to do so), then this would necessitate the installation of 5G, and there would be no way to fight it, especially since local government authority over siting locations will be eliminated.

So please submit your comments to the FCC about this - deadline is tomorrow March 8 (see email below from Rola Masri on instructions).

If you have suffered ill effects from wireless such as such as headaches, sleeping problems, tinnitus, allergies, nervousness, bad allergies/rashes, heartburn and digestive problems , pain in  hand from using smart phone, ear hot from using cell phone, brain tumors from cell phone use - please enter your testimonials at www.WeAreTheEvidence.org  


Verizon looking to go Wireless for cable and internet

John Stratton, executive vice president and president of operations for Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ), talking at the Deutsche Bank 25th Annual Media & Telecom Conference in Florida, said that Verizon will deliver fixed 5G in 2018. It is working on customer trials in 11 US cities now. (See Verizon Fixed 5G Tests to Top 3Gbit/s? and Verizon to Start Fixed 5G Customer Trials in April.)

Stratton promised a "meaningful commercial deployment of 5G" in 2018 from Verizon. He was cagey about what exact services the fixed system will provide, but it seems clear that a wireless alternative to cable/DSL services is high on Verizon's priority list.



From Andre Fauteux

eNodeB 4G/5G


New Telus antennas “Smart Cells” have been installed in British Columbia called “eNodeB” (eNB)  by  Huawei ( Micro BTS Model # BTS3902E )
On these antennas it clearly says “FIBER OPTICS”, which appears to be for both cellular and Telus Optik TV.
Towns such as streets on hill sides  may have up to five of these antennas, which are very strong and constant microwave signals.
Vancouver, Victoria, White Rock and Delta are some of the other areas where these antennas have been found.
Residents close to these antennas are concerned about their health.  RF Testing revealed the strength of these antennas is very strong.

“ Range of small cells is 100-150 meters. (500 Feet) Uses about 120W.

Operate on two frequencies:   900 MHz (UMTS - 3G technology) and 2100 MHz (LTE – 4G technology).”


From Rola Masri

FCC Comments Due TomorrowMarch 8th! for Docket 16-421 
"Streamlining Deployment of Small Cell Infrastructure by Improving Wireless Facility Siting Policies" 

FCC wants to "expedite the deployment next generation wireless infrastructure" for 5G by preempting local government siting authority.  
If you have not done so already Comment ASAP. Comments due March 8th
Please  pass along to others.

Deadline is March 8th ! 
(See Notice Attached) 
Follow These Instructions to Make Comments:
1. Click on this link ECFS
2. Click on "Submit a Filing" Tab at the top of the page
3. Click on "Express a Comment" (on top of the page) to just make a comment or "Standard Filing" to attach documents (one of which can be your comment).
4. Simply type in 16-421 into the "Proceedings" Field and make sure it is accurately displayed in the window, a drop down menu will appear choose Docket No: 16-421
Note: Make sure you click ENTER after you type in the Docket number and after you type in your name otherwise you won't be able to submit your filing.
5. Fill out all required fields and click "Enter" or "Return" before you go to the next field. 
6. Once all fields are filled out - click continue screen.
7. Review and submit.
8. Make sure you write down your confirmation # so that you can check on your submission.
Please emphasize safe alternatives. Please use specific evidence for supporting your views. Please include specific symptoms and experiences you have had. You may want to comment on excerpts below:


"In particular, many wireless providers are deploying small cells and distributed antenna systems (DAS).....they must be deployed more densely – i.e., in many more locations – to function effectively. ..This trend in infrastructure deployment is expected to continue, and even accelerate, as wireless providers begin rolling out 5G services.4" (Page 1)

DAS Nodes can be placed "on light stanchions, utility poles, building walls and rooftops, and other small structures either on private property or in the public rights of way" (Page 4 Footnotes)
"It is our responsibility to ensure that this deployment of network facilities does not become subject to delay caused by unnecessarily time-consuming and costly siting review processes that may be in conflict with the Communications Act."
(Page 2)

 "Section 332 also provides that state and local governments may not deny wireless facilities siting applications “on the basis of the environmental effects of radio frequency emissions,” a matter over which the Commission has exclusive jurisdiction.36"(Page 6)

Please submit your comments and forward this request to others. Thank you for your help and support.  If you have any questions email rola...@sbcglobal.net

Kevin Mottus

FCC Public Notice re Cell Towers.pdf.pdf
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