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30 May 2016

United Kingdom: Huge New Network of Mobile Phone Masts for Britain Ahead of 'World Changing' 5G

Communities have fought masts across the country
over health fears.  
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"The plans may well be met with fury from the public in Britain.  A constant stream of protests have been seen in the country in the last ten years as the number of mobile phone masts increases.  In 2003, mobile phone masts were torn down in Wishaw and Dudley in the West Midlands, Crosby in Merseyside and Tiverton in Devon, as well as in Northern Ireland. They are viewed by some as bad for public health over the radiation they emit."

Huge new network of mobile phone masts for Britain ahead of 'world changing' 5G
by Zoie O'Brien, express.co.uk, 26 May 2016

BRITONS should prepare for a huge new network of mobile phone masts across the country so future generations can benefit from 'world changing' wireless broadband technology.
The head of the National Infrastructure Commission said Britain faces an 'enormous challenge' in preparing for the introduction of a new 5G network.

Lord Adonis said the country will need an increase in mobile phone transmitters to deliver the next generation of services.

Despite the UK only just settling into 4G, the next generation of high speed internet access 5G, will be unveiled in South Korea in 2018 to coincide with the Winter Olympics.

It will then be launched in Britain until at least two years later, according to The Times.

Lord Adonis said: "We will need new transmitters all across the country.

"We will need the right regulation so that the market is allowed to flourish and we will need to ensure that the UK has the skills not only to deploy the infrastructure but to make use of it.

"5G has the potential to shape our world in ways that are completely unknowable today.

"It will spur innovations and industries we cannot even imagine."

The network will be used to support a network of billions of sensors used in consumer and industrial products constantly exchanging information between machines and servers.

Examples could include surgeons operating remotely, and it will also be needed to ensure that driverless cars remain connected.

Experts say those with 5G will be able to download a full-length HD film in a matter of seconds and take part in video chats which will seem like the other person is in the same room.

But the plans may well be met with fury from the public in Britain.

A constant stream of protests have been seen in the country in the last ten years as the number of mobile phone masts increases.

In 2003, mobile phone masts were torn down in Wishaw and Dudley in the West Midlands, Crosby in Merseyside and Tiverton in Devon, as well as in Northern Ireland.

They are viewed by some as bad for public health over the radiation they emit.

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/674019/mobile-phone-mast-network-Britain-5G-technology-Lord-Adonis-Andrew-Adonis

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