This FCC update was too significant not to send. And so while at it, I added 3 more items:
FCC Proposes No Change to Its RF Standards
Existing Rules Will Apply to 5G Phones and Infrastructure
Austrian parliament commissions study on 5G health effects
The Austrian parliament has commissioned a study into the health effects of 5G networks due to concerns among the public the new generation of mobile services could pose risks from increased radiation exposure.
The Advisory Council on Technology Assessment of the Austrian Parliament has decided to obtain expertise in the field and appointed a consortium of the Institute for Technology Assessment of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the Austrian Institute of Technology to conduct a study. The research institutes already provide the parliament with scientific advice on many topics.
The study is expected to be ready by January 2020, providing an overview of the latest research on the topic. The report will be published on the parliament’s website.
Vacates and remands that portion of larger deregulatory order back to commission
John Eggerton Aug 9, 2019
“Turns out the race to 5G can’t run roughshod over the landscape, at least as the FCC has proposed it.
In a partial defeat for the FCC and a victory for localities trying to retain their authority over cell tower placement and impact, a federal appeals court has ruled that the FCC did not justify its deregulation of small cell site historic and environmental reviews and has vacated that part of a larger wireless deployment deregulation order.”