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Use Ethernet for connectivity
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5G is an Energy Hog

In fact, because 5G towers consume so much energyChina puts some of them to sleep overnight. Between 2012 and 2015 there was a 460% increase in energy consumption due to the wireless cloud. A further increase of total network energy consumption by 150 to 170 per cent is expected by 202612c.

Furthermore 5G will be providing a fraction of the internet speed that would be possible with fiber optic cable.

"5G will consume about three times more electricity than 4G"

Dafna Tachover concludes her article "Washington Post Is Right That 5G Is a Lie, But Wrong About the Reason", stating: "Even people within the telecom industry and top-tier media are starting to suspect that the 5G hype is nothing but a lie. ... perhaps even 'a scam perpetrated by an industry desperate for growth.' ... Reducing downloads speeds would not pay for an infrastructure that costs hundreds of billions of dollars a year. What will pay for it is data. ... the data collected will be used primarily for artificial intelligence, surveillance and creating the next version of ‘humans’ — beings that are part human and part machine…The promise of increased speed with 5G is a ‘false hype’ that is meant to divert consumers’ attention away from our Orwellian reality. It keeps our eyes fixed on our phones and obsessed with buying even more wireless gadgets, which began as a sophisticated marketing strategy purposely called ‘smart’ while instead making us dumb.”

Community and Local Councils

Creating a Proactive Antenna Siting Protocol & Small Cell Licensing Agreement

Although antenna siting falls under federal jurisdiction in Canada, Innovation, Science and Economic Development (ISED) encourages local governments to create siting protocols that reflect and protect local interests. When there is no local protocol in place, the ISED policy found here becomes the default process.

In some instances, telecommunication providers are not required to consult with land use authorities or the public before they install small cell antennas. For example, if a telecom is installing 4G or 5G small cell transmitters on existing structures, and its equipment does not increase the height of that structure by more than 25%, the proponent is only required to request a local government’s permission if it wants to put antennas on property owned by the town...

Important Resources

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