Showing posts with label Technology. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Technology. Show all posts

Thursday, 13 January 2022

UList: Geewealth Technology Launches UList.com.ng Business Directory Site for Nigerian Businesses and Startups

UList: Geewealth Technology Launches UList.com.ng Business Directory Site for Nigerian Businesses and Startups





One of the big technology firms in Nigeria called Geewealth Technology and Integrated Services, with brand name 'Geewealth Technology' has launched a website called UList Business Directory.

While speaking with EReporters Media, the CEO of the company, Engr. Olatuja Gabriel-Wealth confirmed the launch on Wednesday. He said that his team is passionate about the success of Nigerian businesses, hence, the birth of UList.

We launched UList.com.ng Business Directory this year. The idea of UList was born out of our passion and quest to help Nigerian startups and SMEs grow and scale profitably.

The idea of UList was born out of our passion and quest to help Nigerian startups and SMEs grow and scale profitably.

He added that businesses need online visibility, especially to customers who are are searching online every moment for products and services to consume via search engines like google, yahoo, bing etc. He said it's only those who have put their businesses, products or services that are visible to the customers in the search engine results. 

WHY DO YOU NEED TO LIST YOUR BUSINESS ON ULIST?

Your business needs online visibility. All your target audience are online and they are searching for a product or service to consume online in search engines like Google, bing, yahoo, yandex etc. It's only those who have put their businesses, products or services that are visible to the customers in the search engine results. If your own product is not online, then you have loosed the market to your competitors who have online presence.

To be able to have a good share of the market and industry where you play, it is expedient to make your products and services or offerings to be available to your global audience and get both local and international patronage.

Mortar and bricks businesses have been swept out of the market and have lost competitive edge to smart businesses who are strongly leveraging on digital technology.

So many businesses don't have business websites. UList is a free solution for them. Also those who have websites improve their exposure by listing on UList. If you have a website, you can list your business together with your website on ULIST for you to improve your site ranking, that is, Search Engine Optimisation, SEO.

Having your presence everywhere online is what you need to scale profitably this year.
I know you have set goals for this year in terms of revenue generation, clientele base etc. UList has gotten you covered. Listing your business on this powerful directory will showcase your products and services to the faces of your services consumers who will buy from you if they have access to you.

UList is a free marketing tool that you can adopt at no cost.

UList.com.ng serves as your own website as we will give you a space for free to write about your business, product or services. You will also be able to give out your contact details like phone number, email address, website address(if any), social media handles (if any). You will be able to upload logo or images of your product or services for easier interaction with your prospects.

When asked, Engineer Olatuja Gabriel-Wealth said that everyone one who has business ranging from trades, small, medium and large businesses, as well as tech startups need to list on UList. 

WHO CAN LIST ON ULIST?

If you fall into any of these categories, UList is sure for you to explore:

1. All business owners.
2. All products sellers.
3. All service providers.
4. Those who have website and those who don't have website.
5. Those who want to sell more.
6. Those who need more buyers/customers.
7. Those who don't want to struggle in business.
8. Those who have online presence.
9. Those who don't have online presence.
10. Bloggers who want to improve their SEO.
11. Content creators who want to increase traffic to their digital platforms like website, YouTube, Facebook, Tiktok etc.
12. Affiliate marketers.
13. You reading this post.

 

He added that businesses and business owners who wish to scale their sales can access UList using phone or laptop or tab should go to https://uList.com.ng  get listed.

You can decide to sign up before submitting a list. However, you can go straight to submit your business and account will be created for you automatically as you submit your listing. For the second option, you will have to reset your password to create a password if you wish to login to the account subsequently.

HOW MANY TIME CAN I LIST A BUSINESS OR OFFERING?

Engineer Olatuja also said that users should come up with s comprehensive writeup about their businesses and provide other information with which prospective customers can reach them.

You can list a business once and also list different products or services that you offer in different listing.

WHAT MUST I NOT DO WHEN LISTING?
Never do copy and paste of your write up from the Internet. Even if the details in the submission was copied from your own website or another website or any digital platform, you will need to rewrite such content before you submit.
If you submit copy and paste write up, our algorithm will definitely flag your account and delete your listing and get your account deactivated without any consideration. I'm sure you, don't want that. Hence, do a good job once and for all and start eating popcorn while customers are trooping to patronise you.

It's is better for you to write detailed information about your business than submitting few lines of text. With that, customers will know the detailed of what they want to buy and they won't have any option than to contact and patronise you.

AS A TECH COMPANY, WHAT OTHER SOLUTIONS HAVE YOU LAUNCHED?

When journalists asked Engineer Olatuja about other solutions that his team has launched, he said his team has launched another telemedicine/telehealth app called Virtual Doctors

Another solutions that we have launched to serve the underserved in terms of accessibility to medical services/facility is Virtual Doctors APP. Virtual Doctors is a way to make quality healthcare accessible, available and affordable for all class of people in Nigeria, from low income earners to high income earners. We have over 50 Nigerian trained and certified medical doctors with several years of experience in inpatient care. 

From Virtual Doctors App, you can have access to medical doctors in different areas of specialty teleconsult for you. 

To use virtual doctor, all you need do is book an appointment with a doctor. At the appointment time, you join the conference room with a doctor who is specialised in your area of health condition. Doctors can give you prescriptions or recomenend dignosis to carry out and come back with the results to be able to prescribe the right treatment.

In a situation where treatment cannot be done via teleconsulting, patients are refered to our trusted partner hospitals for adequate care. It is a big one and we are looking for investors into Virtual Doctors.

Thank you for reading.


Wednesday, 20 May 2020

Mark Zuckerberg Launches Facebook Shops

Mark Zuckerberg Launches Facebook Shops

Mark Zuckerberg - Founder and CEO of Facebook. 

Mark Zuckerberg, the founder and CEO of facebook has announced the intention to launch Facebook Shops. 

He said this on Tuesday on his facebook handle. He said the basic idea is that any small business can easily start a shop to sell things directly across our apps. 


I just announced that we're launching Facebook Shops today – the basic idea is that any small business can easily start a shop to sell things directly across our apps. If you visit someone's shop, you'll be able to see that small business's story, see their featured products, and buy them in our apps.

I think this particularly important right now because so many small businesses are moving online to deal with the economic fallout from Covid-19. As people are being told to stay home, physical storefronts are having a hard time staying open and millions of people are losing their jobs. I've been personally working with our teams on Facebook Shops every day for the last couple of months so we could accelerate launching it to small businesses who could use tools like this now.

Facebook Shops are free and easy to create. When you set up your shop, it will appear on your Facebook and Instagram accounts to start and soon on Messenger and WhatsApp too. Shops are native and fast, which means no more app-switching to a slow mobile web browser where you have to reenter your credit card when you tap on an interesting product you see in feeds. We're also working with partners like Shopify, BigCommerce, WooCommerce, Channel Advisor, CedCommerce, Cafe24, Tienda Nube and Feedonomics so that small businesses can easily integrate into a strong, open ecosystem of tools to help them manage their customer journey end-to-end, and it's up to the business to decide what level of integration they want. 

On top of that, we’re building a bunch of features across our apps to help people discover things from small businesses that they might want to buy. We're building a dedicated shopping tab on Instagram and a destination inside Explore where you can find and buy products you might be interested in. Soon, we'll also be launching new Live shopping features across Facebook and Instagram, which will allow you to shop on Live in real-time.

Lastly, in the near future Shops will use our AI and augmented reality tech to create better shopping experiences. We'll automatically identify and tag products in feeds so people can easily click-through to purchase when they find things they like. Small businesses will also be able to personalize their storefronts to first show products that are most relevant to you and use augmented reality to let you virtually try on things like sunglasses, lipstick or makeup to see how they might look on you before buying, or what furniture might look like in your room.

This all adds up to something quite powerful. If you're running a small business or you're thinking of starting one – even from your living room – you now have a whole suite of tools available that can help you serve people. You can build out your online presence across Facebook and Instagram. You can use Messenger and WhatsApp to communicate with your customers. You can reach new customers through our ads. And now, you can also set up a full online store experience with Facebook Shops. All of these tools are open for business, even when your physical storefront can't be. Hopefully this helps relieve some of the pressure that small businesses are facing right now and helps them prepare for a more online future. I look forward to getting Shops into the world more widely -- let us know what you think!

Meanwhile, a large number of facebook users have applauded this initiative. 

Tuesday, 19 May 2020

Telemedicine in Nigeria: How it Works, Benefits - By Olatuja Gabriel-Wealth

Telemedicine in Nigeria: How it Works, Benefits - By Olatuja Gabriel-Wealth



By Olatuja Gabriel-Wealth 

I remember sometimes ago when I had an idea about telemedicine also know as telehealth. Knowing fully well that its a Mega and capital intensive project I couldn't afford only. I contacted some individuals and medical practitioners. None seemed to be interested.

That was the question to provide healthcare go those in both urban and rural areas as well as the under-served and unserved.

As we talk now, telehealth is one of the trending industries in Nigeria. 

On telehealth  websites or app, you can have access to medical doctors live in a video call or chat. You pay a fee ranging from 1-5k per month. 

Now that covid19 has made hospital inaccessible to the people, telehealth is the best choice for medical care. 

Right from the comfort of your home or office, you can have access to pools of medical doctors who specialise in different areas in medicine. 

Right on the platform, your doctor can run diagnosis and examination on you and give adequate prescriptions. If on the other hand you need to be attended to in a health facility, you can visit any of the partnering health facilities nearest to you. 

Telehealth is a way to bring healthcare to under served in both urban and rural areas who don't have access to medical expects in their location. 

A patient in Kano can consult a doctor in Abuja. A patient in Ondo State can consult a doctor in another State, say Rivers, Lagos... 

Telemedicine is an alternative to queuing and spending hours of your time in a hospital ward on a minor issue. 

You will ask me that some Nigerian are illiterate and some don't have access to smartphone or internet. This is a downside to tech solutions in Nigeria. 

Some of the operators have been able to identify the problems and found a way to mitigate them. 

Some of the operators of the telehealth platforms have gone further to provide toll-free-lines to users who don't have access to smartphones, data, internet or even the non-tech savvy, who can't use an app. This solution is where you easily make free call and you get queued and attended to by doctors like when you call Telecom customer service centers. 

Now the question is:

can you use telemedicine? 

Leave your comment on in the comments section:

Thursday, 14 May 2020

5G Network: What You Must Know - How It Works, Benefits and Dangers

5G Network: What You Must Know - How It Works, Benefits and Dangers

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The fifth generation of cellular technology, 5G, is the next great leap in speed for wireless devices. This speed includes both the rate mobile users can download data to their devices and the latency, or lag, they experience between sending and receiving information.

5G aims to deliver data rates that are 10 to 100 times faster than current 4G networks. Users should expect to see download speeds on the order of gigabits per second (Gb/s), much greater than the tens of megabits per second (Mb/s) speeds of 4G.

"That's significant because it will enable new applications that are just not possible today," said Harish Krishnaswamy, an associate professor of electrical engineering at Columbia University in New York. "Just for an example, at gigabits per second data rates, you could potentially download a movie to your phone or tablet in a matter of seconds. Those type of data rates could enable virtual reality applications or autonomous driving cars."

Apart from requiring high data rates, emerging technologies that interact with the user's environment like augmented reality or self-driving cars will also require extremely low latency. For that reason, the goal of 5G is to achieve latencies below the 1-millisecond mark. Mobile devices will be able to send and receive information in less than one-thousandth of a second, appearing instantaneous to the user. To accomplish these speeds, the rollout of 5G requires new technology and infrastructure.

The new network

Since the earliest generation of mobile phones, wireless networks have operated on the same radio-frequency bands of the electromagnetic spectrum. But as more users crowd the network and demand more data than ever before, these radio-wave highways become increasingly congested with cellular traffic. To compensate, cellular providers want to expand into the higher frequencies of millimeter waves.

Millimeter waves use frequencies from 30 to 300 gigahertz, which are 10 to 100 times higher than the radio waves used today for 4G and WiFi networks. They're called millimeter because their wavelengths vary between 1 and 10 millimeters, where as radio waves are on the order of centimeters.

The higher frequency of millimeter waves may create new lanes on the communication highway, but there's one problem: Millimeter waves are easily absorbed by foliage and buildings and will require many closely spaced base stations, called small cells. Fortunately, these stations are much smaller and require less power than traditional cell towers and can be placed atop buildings and light poles.

The miniaturization of base stations also enables another technological breakthrough for 5G: Massive MIMO. MIMO stands for multiple-input multiple-output, and refers to a configuration that takes advantage of the smaller antennas needed for millimeter waves by dramatically increasing the number of antenna ports in each base station.

"With a massive amount of antennas — tens to hundreds of antennas at each base station — you can serve many different users at the same, increasing the data rate," Krishnaswamy said. At the Columbia high-Speed and Millimeter-wave IC (COSMIC) lab, Krishnaswamy and his team designed chips that enable both millimeter-wave and  MIMO technologies. "Millimeter-wave and massive MIMO are the two biggest technologies 5G will use to deliver the higher data rates and lower latency we expect to see."

Is 5G dangerous?

Although 5G may improve our day to day lives, some consumers have voiced concern about potential health hazards. Many of these concerns are over 5G's use of the higher energy millimeter-wave radiation.

"There's often confusion between ionizing and non-ionizing radiation because the term radiation is used for both," said Kenneth Foster, a professor of bioengineering at Pennsylvania State University. "All light is radiation because it is simply energy moving through space. It's ionizing radiation that is dangerous because it can break chemical bonds."

Ionizing radiation is the reason we wear sunscreen outside because short-wavelength ultraviolet light from the sky has enough energy to knock electrons from their atoms, damaging skin cells and DNA. Millimeter waves, on the other hand, are non-ionizing because they have longer wavelengths and not enough energy to damage cells directly.

"The only established hazard of non-ionizing radiation is too much heating," Foster said, who has studied the health effects of radio waves for nearly 50 years. "At high exposure levels, radio frequency (RF) energy can indeed be hazardous, producing burns or other thermal damage, but these exposures are typically incurred only in occupational settings near high-powered radio frequency transmitters, or sometimes in medical procedures gone awry."

Many of the public's outcries over the adoption of 5G echo concerns over previous generations of cellular technology. Skeptics believe exposure to non-ionizing radiation may still be responsible for a range of illnesses, from brain tumors to chronic headaches. Over the years, there have been thousands of studies investigating these concerns.

In 2018, the National Toxicology Program released a decade-long study that found some evidence of an increase in brain and adrenal gland tumors in male rats exposed to the RF radiation emitted by 2G and 3G cellphones, but not in mice or female rats. The animals were exposed to levels of radiation four times higher than the maximum level permitted for human exposure.

Many opponents to the use of RF waves cherry-pick studies that support their argument, and often ignore the quality of the experimental methods or inconsistency of the results, Foster said. Although he disagrees with many of the conclusions skeptics have about previous generations of cellular networks, Foster agrees that we need more studies on the potential health effects of 5G networks.

"Everyone I know, including me, is recommending more research on 5G because there's not a lot of toxicology studies with this technology," Foster said.

Source: Livescience


Sunday, 3 May 2020

The Strange Things You need to know about Bill Gates

The Strange Things You need to know about Bill Gates


The Evolution Of Bill Gates 
He is not a virologist. He’s not a medical doctor. He doesn’t even have a college degree. His Foundation owns and controls vaccine makers, as well as patents on viruses.


Bill Gates became the public enemy no.1, with his mandatory vaccination agenda.

 Rather than chanting for his arrest, some people have decided to spread his secrets that he doesn't want the world to know on social media. 

Bill Gates' Secrets 
1) Bill Gates is a half Japanese.  His biological mother is Tsutako Nakasone, the wife of... the former Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone. 

2)  MS Dos was based on Tron OS, an operating system developed by Japanese engineers.  All 17 Tron OS developers were killed in the famous JAL123 plane crash accident.   And mysteriously, Tron OS ended up in Gate's hands.

3) The Mastermind behind COVID19 is not Bill Gates.  He is only following the teaching and "prophecy "(aka predictive programming) of Onizaburo Deguchi. Deguchi is the founder of Oomoto cult.

Still on the Bill Gates vaccine, some opinions have said that Bill Gates has nothing to do with this vaccine, that was created by Madagascar researchers.

In this video, Bill Gates has said that 7 billion people need to be vaccinated before we can "get back to normal". 

See video:


This and other efforts to forcefully vaccinate the world has kept many working. In different parts of the United States, there are so many protests calling for Bill Gates' arrest.

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People have also said that Bill and Melinda Gates foundation has a Centre for global human population reduction. This has kept so many thinking that Bill Gates Vaccines might be aimed at reducing the world population. 

What do you think? Let's have your thoughts in the comments section below 

Monday, 27 April 2020

List of Countries and Phones using 5G

List of Countries and Phones using 5G


What is 5G?


In telecommunications, 5G is the fifth generation technology standard for cellular networks, which cellular phone companies began deploying worldwide in 2019, the planned successor to the 
4G networks which provide connectivity to most current cellphones. 

Like its predecessors, 5G networks are cellular networks, in which the service area is divided into small geographical areas called cells . 

All 5G wireless devices in a cell are connected to the Internet and telephone network by radio waves through a local antenna in the cell. The main advantage of the new networks is that they will have greater

bandwidth, giving faster download speeds, eventually up to 10 gigabits per second (Gbps). Due to the increased bandwidth, it is expected that the new networks will not just serve cellphones like existing cellular networks, but also be used as general internet service providers for laptops and desktop computers, competing with existing ISPs such as cable internet, and also will make possible new applications in IoT and M2M areas. Current 4G cellphones will not be able to use the new networks, which will require new 5G enabled wireless devices.


Back to our discourse. With regards to countries utilizing the 5G technology, China is on the main rundown. 


China
On 3rd of October 2019, China Unicom, China versatile and China telecom activated their 5G usage after they were given permit of it. 

This was accomplished in under 5 months. 


South Korea
South Korea had 5G mounted around April 2019. South Korea's correspondence and Korea Telecom being the two greatest media communications organizations were the first to make 5G telephones. 


The United Kingdom 
In the equivalent 2019, Vodafone UK, EE, Three UK and O2 UK propelled their utilization of 5G organize in their different items.

 
Germany 
In 2019, Vodafone Germany and Deutsche Telekom Germany propelled 5G benefits in a few urban communities. Vodafone Germany began with 20 urban areas and districts (counting Cologne and Dusseldorf), while Deutsche Telekom Germany propelled in just six (counting Berlin and Munich).
The aforementioned are countries currently using the 5G technology.


PHONES THAT CURRENTLY USE 5G NETWORK:
  1. Samsung Galaxy S20 / S20 Plus
  1. Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
  1. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus
  1. Oppo Reno 5G
  1. Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
  1. OnePlus 7 Pro 5G
  1. Samsung Galaxy Fold
  1. Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G
  1. Huawei Mate 20 X 5G
  1. Samsung Galaxy A90 5G

Source: operanews
WhatsApp Claims 70 Percent Reduction in Highly Forwarded Messages Since It Limited Sharing to 1 Contact

WhatsApp Claims 70 Percent Reduction in Highly Forwarded Messages Since It Limited Sharing to 1 Contact


WhatsApp implemented the limit of sending highly forwarded messages earlier this month.

HIGHLIGHTS
  • WhatsApp’s highly forwarded messages have gone down by 70 percent
  • WhatsApp implemented the one contact limit earlier this month
  • It is applicable to messages that have been forwarded five times or more
WhatsApp Claims 70 Percent Reduction in Highly Forwarded Messages Since It Limited Sharing to 1 Contact

WhatsApp messages can still be copied and pasted in multiple chats


WhatsApp spokesperson said, “WhatsApp is committed to doing our part to tackle viral messages. We recently introduced a limit to sharing 'highly forwarded messages' to just one chat. Since putting into place this new limit, globally there has been a 70 percent reduction in the number of highly forwarded messages sent on WhatsApp. This change is helping keep WhatsApp a place for personal and private conversations.”

Although, a reduction in forwarded messages does not directly translate to stopping the spread of misinformation, this is still a step in the right direction. 

The update that limits sending highly forwarded meages came earlier this month and prevented users from sending frequently forwarded messages - those that have been previously forwarded five times or more - to one person at a time. However, it should be noted that these messages can still be sent to multiple contacts by copy and pasting the message text into individual chats. But, the implementation of this limit seems to have worked well with 70 percent reduction being a significant amount.

previous update limited forwarding of highly forwarded messages to five contacts at once. That resulted in a 25 percent decrease in message forwards at the time, globally.

 At a time like this, it is important to curb the spread of misinformation, especially when the primary mode of communication has become messaging and calling. With a huge number of people using WhatsApp for communicating and sharing information, this reduction comes as great news.

Leave your comment. Is this a good decision to take by Whatsapp? 

 

By Vineet Washington -Gadget 360•

Does 5G pose health risks? Read and Let's Have your Opinion

Does 5G pose health risks? Read and Let's Have your Opinion

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The 5G mobile network has been switched on in some UK cities and has led to questions about whether the new technology poses health risks.

So what are the concerns, and is there any evidence to back them up?

What's different about 5G?

As with previous cellular technologies, 5G networks rely on signals carried by radio waves - part of the electromagnetic spectrum - transmitted between an antenna or mast and your phone.

We're surrounded by electromagnetic radiation all the time - from television and radio signals, as well as from a whole range of technologies, including mobile phones, and from natural sources such as sunlight.

5G uses higher frequency waves than earlier mobile networks, allowing more devices to have access to the internet at the same time and at faster speeds.

These waves travel shorter distances through urban spaces, so 5G networks require more transmitter masts than previous technologies, positioned closer to ground level.

What are the concerns?

The electromagnetic radiation used by all mobile phone technologies has led some people to worry about increased health risks, including developing certain types of cancer.

In 2014 the World Health Organization (WHO) said that "no adverse health effects have been established as being caused by mobile phone use".

However, the WHO together with the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified all radio frequency radiation (of which mobile signals are a part) as "possibly carcinogenic".

It has been put in this category because "there is evidence that falls short of being conclusive that exposure may cause cancer in humans".

Eating pickled vegetables and using talcum powder are classed in the same category.

Alcoholic drinks and processed meat are in a higher category because the evidence is stronger.

A toxicology report released in 2018 by the US Department of Health, and pointed to by those expressing safety concerns, found that male rats exposed to high doses of radio frequency radiation developed a type of cancerous tumour in the heart.

For this study, rats' whole bodies were exposed to radiation from mobile phones for nine hours a day every day for two years, starting before they were born.

No cancer link was found for the female rats or the mice studied. It was also found that rats exposed to the radiation lived longer than those in the control group.

A senior scientist on the study said "exposures used in the studies cannot be compared directly to the exposure that humans experience when using a cell phone", even for heavy users.

Dr Frank De Vocht, who helps advise the government on mobile phone safety says "although some of the research suggests a statistical possibility of increased cancer risks for heavy users, the evidence to date for a causal relation is not sufficiently convincing to suggest the need for precautionary action".

However, there is a group of scientists and doctors who have written to the EU calling for the rollout of 5G to be halted.

Radio waves are non-ionising

The radio wave band - used for mobile phone networks - is non-ionising, "which means it lacks sufficient energy to break apart DNA and cause cellular damage," says David Robert Grimes, physicist and cancer researcher.

Higher up the electromagnetic spectrum, well beyond those frequencies used by mobile phones, there are clear health risks from extended exposure.

The sun's ultra-violet rays fall within this harmful category, and can lead to skin cancers.

There are strict advisory limits for exposure to even higher energy radiation levels such as medical x-rays and gamma rays, which can both lead to damaging effects within the human body.

"People are understandably concerned over whether they might elevate their risk of cancer, but it's crucial to note that radio waves are far less energetic than even the visible light we experience every day," says Dr Grimes.

"There is no reputable evidence," he says "that mobile phones or wireless networks have caused us health problems."

Should we be worried about 5G transmitter masts?

5G technology requires a lot of new base stations - these are the masts that transmit and receive mobile phone signals.

But crucially, because there are more transmitters, each one can run at lower power levels than previous 4G technology, which means that the level of radiation exposure from 5G antennas will be lower.

The UK government guidelines on mobile phone base stations says radio frequency fields at places normally accessible to the public are many times below guideline levels.

What about heating dangers?

Part of the 5G spectrum permitted under international guidelines falls within the microwave band.

Microwaves generate heat in objects through which they pass.

However, at the levels used for 5G (and earlier mobile technologies) the heating effects are not harmful, says Prof Rodney Croft, an adviser to the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP).

"The maximum radio frequency level that someone in the community could be exposed to from 5G (or any other signals in general community areas) is so small that no temperature rise has been observed to date."

Limits to exposure

The UK government says "while a small increase in overall exposure to radio waves is possible when 5G is added to the existing network, the overall exposure is expected to remain low".

The frequency range of the 5G signals being introduced is within the non-ionising band of the electromagnetic spectrum and well below those considered harmful by the ICNIRP.

"The exposure that 5G will produce has been considered in great depth by ICNIRP, with the restrictions set well below the lowest level of 5G-related radio frequency that has been shown to cause harm," says Prof Croft.

The WHO says electromagnetic frequency exposures below the limits recommended in the ICNIRP guidelines do not appear to have any known consequence on health.

Source: BBC NEWS



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