EMF Refugee. EMF Updates: The microwave factor. Paul Raymond Doyon. LONG article including talk of the latest Coronavirus.  videos and text. Pub 24 Feb 20   China could ‘weaponise cities’ if it controlled 5G networks, retired US general says. 5 Jan 19     ‘Made in China 2025’: How 5G could put China in charge of the wireless backbone and ahead of the pack.  The fifth installment of a series on China’s hi-tech industry development master plan looks at 5G mobile technology and how it could create a more advanced digital foundation for the world’s second-largest economy. Pub 16 Oct 2018 Added 17 Oct 2018

Sydney Morning Herald  5G network will be ‘made in China’ with or without ban: Huawei. Huawei has hit back against a potential ban on its involvement in building Australia’s 5G mobile networks, saying there will be a Chinese influence in the infrastructure regardless of the government’s decision…. Pub 26 July 2018 Added 1 Oct 2018  China Mobile Hong Kong works on 5G Wi-Fi.  5G trials have attained speeds of 14Gbps using mmWave spectrum, China Mobile Hong Kong has announced.
Pub 13 Aug 2018 Added  15 Aug 2018

Total telecom The company has successfully built a 5G network that enables end-to-end connectivity to the Internet. China Mobile Hong Kong has become the first mobile operator to successfully test end to end 5G network testing by using customer premise equipment (CPE), according to a company release…
Pub 13 Aug 2018 Added 15 Aug 2018

China has outspent the US by $24bn in 5G technology since 2015, study shows. China has built 350,000 new cell sites, while the U.S. has built fewer than 30,000 since 2015, according to Deloitte. “China and other countries may be creating a 5G tsunami, making it near impossible to catch up,” a report from the consultancy said. Pub 7 Aug 2018 Added 8 Aug 2018

New York Times – Inside China’s Dystopian Dreams: A.I. shame and lots of cameras. (Ed. Relevant to what 5G will be able to do). Pub 8 July 2018. Added 10 July 2018

China’s Huawei is determined to lead the way on 5G despite US concerns. the US is trying to thwart their ascent in wireless technology but the Chinese company is determined to prevail. Wall Street Journal, March 30, 2018

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