5g towers popping up everywhere, (pressure release rant)

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UphillBattle
     So on a regular drive through town I noticed my emf meter maxing out. The thing that it seems to be reacting with is a large cylindrical 2 foot tall 1 foot across cylinder on a pole in the middle of a plaza parking lot. The new tower has a bunch of panels at the base of the pole and a base meter monitoring its electrical use. This is in PA USA.
     On another trip in Gettysburg Pa driving across the town, i noticed i was starting to get zapped a bit. The symptoms are not as near as severe as they were one year before. Upon closer look around my area i noticed the same looking cylindrical transmitters located on corners of intersections every couple of blocks.
     The struggle is real. People in this country are being fried alive and they dont even see it coming,( or smell or taste for that fact) let alone realize how bad it is for them. The future of this country being our kids first and the rest of general population. We are turning into a 3 second attention span, selfie driven social media feeding monsters. The foods that we eat are keeping us sick and the medications that we are perscribed are preventing us from healing.  Preventing us from reaching our potential as healthy human beings. From being the perfect families with white picket fences, instead of broken marriages and child support payments. should this be called cultural decay? or can we call it an assault on what it means to be human? An assault on the soul of every one of us. Its gonna hit us like a train guys. weather we call it the 4th industrial revolution or The Armageddon, but it differently feels like its the beginning of something big. Lets be strong For our Kids and our planet guys, dont give up, Lets Be Wise.
     Sorry just blowing some steam!
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dteshome85@gmail.com
I feel you man
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Re: 5g towers popping up everywhere, (pressure release rant)

earthworm
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90 % of modern man is married to a smart-phone.
You can not convince an addicted zombie.
Democracy should be called demo-crazy.
But soon that will end anyway, as freedom slips away.
I read we are now 5,200 years into the the Kali Yuga, the age of the demon Kali.
And according to some it is supposed to last 432,000 years ...
Others believe it has ended already, for which exists little evidence.
A wise guy called sadhguru is rather positive : already in 2082 the devil should retreat :
https://isha.sadhguru.org/us/en/wisdom/article/kali-yuga-end-lies-ahead
Of course in the meantime much of the earth will start looking like the moon.
Radiation and chemical poisoning will reach levels we can not imagine now.
Cyborgs may appear to be in charge and everybody will be blockchained.
Almost all people these days go for profits and pleasures, lacking a working brain.
Internet at home by means of 4G is already cheaper, not just phone-lines will disappear.
After 5G probably 6G and perhaps even 10G will follow.
So enjoy the good times while these are still there.
We can eat real food, walk in nature, look people in the eye and sometimes see a free soul.
Don't fight 5G or whatever you might not appreciate : repression is support, and you'll go nutz.






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UphillBattle
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need to find a credible 5th generation frequency detecting metering device,! 26ghtz i wonder if some of the ham devices are capable (dont know mutch about ham)
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earthworm
We first have to see what frequencies 5G will actually produce.
There are no affordable meters to supposedly measure 26 GHz available as yet ( that i am aware of ).
In addition, the emf-meters that are currently on the market rarely if ever even meet their specifications anywhere close anyway.
In other words, these are mostly a joke or a toy, and in general taken way too serious, and there is no reason to expect that this fraud is going to end anytime soon.

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UphillBattle
maybe, my RF Meter is pretty good, the AM-10 version. it helped me detect high frequencies while i was getting dizzy behind the wheel, and it still catches the 5g towers but maxes  out. you can still see it peaking out though! i highly recomend it! But i guess im just like alot of other members here trying to stay above the curve
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earthworm
No, it is rubbish.
Better are the GigaHertz-meters.
Reasonable considering its price is the Cornet ED85EXplus, preferable with their BAT-antenna instead of the standard one.
I like the trifield TF2 too, but mainly because of simple 3D magnetic field and rather easy and accurate electric field measurement, the RF-mode is not that great.
RF-meters without an external antenna are inferior as a rule, although certainly more handy to carry around.
These companies keep on developing better meters, as emfields-solutions continues selling the same garbage, doing little to no effort to improve anything.
I had an Acousticom2 till i lent it to a confused friend, who did not manage to give it back.
It missed 400 MHz and probably much more if the following test-results are valid :
https://www.emfanalysis.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/German-Test-Report-RF-Meters.pdf

"Like the other meters, the specification for 8 GHz is also clearly exaggerated: not a single test signal of 10 μW/m² (threshold level between the slight and severe anomaly range of the SBM) above 2.7 GHz was detected by the meter.   It only displayed its own noise. In this higher frequency range, the Acoustimeter responded to stronger test signals, but the displayed measurement values were 25 to more than 30 times lower. The test signal of 783 μW/m² at 8 GHz, for example, was displayed as only 21.5 μW/m²."
(...)
"Conclusion: For the Acoustimeter, a frequency range specification of up to 2.7 GHz instead of 8 GHz would have been appropriate. Good design efforts at the lower frequency range, at least at the lower field strengths of the test signals, are compromised by the exaggerated specification, systemic weaknesses of the internal RF probe and the processing of the measurement value. Thus the recommendation of the user guide to hold the meter at an angle may cause the measurement values to drop to only a fraction of the correct values in typical testing situations, and also in the frequency range below 2.7 GHz. Furthermore, only the strongest signal is considered for the displayed measurement value and the—useful—acoustic interpretation of the modulation. Since all other signals of RF sources fall by the wayside, they either do not register at all on the display or are greatly underrepresented so that the mix of frequencies, which is nearly ubiquitous in modern living environments, will be easily overlooked and certainly underestimated."

Even the cheap Trifield will take the whole mix of frequencies into its calculation, at least according to the manufacturer.
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UphillBattle
Good information, Thank You For good insight  a meter experience!

Sweet! now i got a new toy on my christmass list!
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earthworm
According to : https://www.rfpage.com/what-are-5g-frequency-bands/
the 5G frequency bands planned in the western world are 600/700 MHz plus 3-4 GHz plus 27(+)GHz.
This means that you may not need a meter capable of catching 27(+) GHz signals in order to spot a 5G tower.
These new very high frequencies do not penetrate materials well, which will limit their deployment.
Perhaps these will mainly be used for communication between antennas on mini-towers ( lampposts etc. ) and by fools who take or allow 5G gadgets into their houses or sit on a terrace staring in trance at a smart-phone.
https://www.gigahertz-solutions.de/en/5g/frequencies-and-meters/
"An internationally advertised demonstration at 28 GHz on the occasion of the Global Mobile Broadband Forum 2018 in London clearly showed the physical limits as soon as the line of sight was only partly interrupted. The frequencies up to 86 GHz are only considered for very short line-of-sight applications (e.g. between PC and monitor). For the time being only test installations for 5G are being implemented worldwide, even though some mobile network operators try to suggest that the technology is already commercially available. Provided that there is an answer to the currently unsolved technical challenges by then, the commercial rollout is expected for 2019/20+ starting with frequencies between 700 MHz and 6 GHz."
In the u.s.a. it would start at 600 MHz, unfortunatedly most RF-meters fail measuring below 700 MHz ( ignore  the specifications ).
But by the time 5G becomes a problem, some meters may have improved in this area.
Otherwise get an RF Explorer WSub1G+ , that is a nice toy, although very slow responding to fields, it shows the frequencies, is solid built, and measures from 100-200 MHz to 960 MHz with the antennas that come with it.
And by christmas there will be other meters to consider ...
By the way, never over-expose an emf-meter, like putting it at 10 cm / 4 inches distance from a wifi or DECT antenna, even when it's off, as this could damage it.
To be on the safe side, keep it at minimum 1 meter / yard away from such strong sources of radiofrequencies.


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Marc Martin
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As I recall, T-Mobile has already started using 600 Mhz for 4G LTE in the USA, and they can switch these towers to 5G in the future with just a software change.  But yes, that's a lower frequency than RF meters might be able to detect, but it also can travel a long ways (as this frequency was once used for analog TV stations).

Marc
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UphillBattle
oooh i see,,, my virtago problems started a week or 2 apart after they switched tv bands to digital. I wonder if that contributed to the Electrical Polution in one way or another.

Earthworm that last post has some amazing metering products on it, Thank You For Sharing!