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[SkyVision Solutions Editor’s Note: Smart Grid Awareness primarily discusses health and security risks related to implementation of costly electric grid modernization efforts. Even more risky will be implementation of so-called 5G technology, which in theory would eventually include utility smart … Continue reading
by K.T. Weaver, SkyVision Solutions There has recently been a lot of hype surrounding the planned deployment of 5G wireless technologies in the United States and elsewhere. 5G is considered the next major phase of mobile telecommunications and is expected … Continue reading
Discussing a new generation in telecommunications technology, an Australian news report discusses “5-G,” a new super-fast wireless that may be coming by year 2020. According to the news report: “First there was ‘2G’, then ‘3G’, now Australia is busy rolling out … Continue reading