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21 April 2018

Switzerland and 5G: The Cat is Out of the Bag: 36 Times Stronger Mobile Telephony Transmitters!

"What is required now is nothing less than to use the 24-hour average instead of the short-term peak load when setting the limit value. In the worst case, this would increase the limit value for places of sensitive use from 5 to 30V/m, and would allow up to 36 times stronger transmitters than before. Imagine that: 30V/m in our bedrooms and living rooms. Or even in school and hospital rooms!" 

The cat is out of the bag - 36 times stronger mobile telephony transmitters !

by Hans-U. Jacob, President of Gigaherz.ch. 19 April 2018  (DeepL translation)

Now the mobile phone lobby, or rather the mobile phone mafia, has let the cat out of the bag and for the first time made public how the population is to be made happy for the second time with a giant fraud.

The first lie spread over years with gigantic PR efforts is probably the completely untenable assertion that Switzerland has 10 times stricter limits than other European countries with regard to mobile radiation. Have a look at: https://www.gigaherz.ch/schweizer-grenzwertschwindel-kurz-und-klar/

After the storm that now follows, the already known Swiss threshold swindle may only have been a mild breeze. Because the preliminary advisory commission in the National Council (KVF-N) demands nothing less than 36 times stronger mobile radio stations with a nasty cattle trader trick. Even the business-friendly "Tages-Anzeiger" and "der Bund" speak of a "boy trick".

But first, under the guise of combating child pornography, mobile-critical Internet sites must be locked out of the Internet.

From the KVF-N press release of Tuesday 17 April 2018
Quotations in italics. Comments in normal font

The Commission for Transport and Telecommunications [KVF] has conducted additional hearings for the forthcoming detailed consultation on the FMG revision [partial revision of the Telecommunications Act]. The topics of access regulation, introduction of 5G technology and network blockages were at the center of attention.

At its meeting, the KVF dealt with the revision of the Telecommunications Act and conducted additional hearings. On the subject of network closures, the Commission has taken a closer look at the procedure and the exact procedure for detecting websites with child pornography content. Particularly interested were the advantages and disadvantages of the various methods (delete/lock) that are available today. It also requested additional information on cooperation between the Fedpol and the international organisation Inhope, whose representatives and experts participated in the hearing.

The welcome intention to block websites with child pornographic content should then very quickly be followed by the call to block pages with content that deal with the tragic consequences of non-ionizing radiation. Just as the well-known mouse and rat professor from Bremen has already tried several times. No luck so far. This could change very quickly.

Hearings were also held on the introduction of 5G technology and representatives of ASUT [Swiss Telecommunications Association]  and the Directorate for Environment and Energy of the City of St. Gallen were invited. It has been shown that for the short-term guarantee of 5G technology, adjustments to the calculation and measurement methods can be made without having to adjust the system limit values. In a letter, the Commission will therefore call on the Federal Council to consider a 24-hour mean value for transmission power for a practical implementation of the NISV [Ordinance on Protection against Non-Ionizing Radiation], to apply automated measurement methods for the mean values and to enable simplified licensing procedures for existing installations. Furthermore, representatives of WEKO ["Wettbewerbskommission" - Competition Commission]and ComCom [Federal Communications Commission] were heard to clarify open questions regarding access regulation and the definition of market dominance. The Commission is expected to start detailed discussions in July.

Aha, so, after 18 years of practice with the NISV, it is suddenly no longer practical, because the members of the ASUT have found that with their wonderful new 5G standard in the frequency ranges of 10-100 gigahertz, they only penetrate house walls very poorly to no longer. And as a result, far stronger stations in far higher numbers are needed.

ASUT is the leading association of the Swiss telecommunications industry. According to its homepage, the association is committed to upgrading the country with the world's best communication network through allegedly fair, free and dynamic competition.

The world's best communications network, however, requires the world's highest station density with the world's strongest stations.

If the demands made by ASUT in Motion No. 10.3006, rejected by the Council of States on 5 March this year with 22:21 votes, were still for a relaxation of the system limit value from 5 to 15V/m, which would have allowed 9 times stronger transmitters, today's new demands for audacity leave nothing to be desired. What is required now is nothing less than to use the 24-hour average instead of the short-term peak load when setting the limit value. In the worst case, this would increase the limit value for places of sensitive use from 5 to 30V/m, and would allow up to 36 times stronger transmitters than before. Imagine that: 30V/m in our bedrooms and living rooms. Or even in school and hospital rooms! Absolute insanity!

The question to ASUT is allowed, how stupid do they actually think the Swiss population is? Do they really think the people will put up with that?

And does the KVF-N Commission really believe they are the only ones who will write a letter to the Federal Council?

And in a democratic state, the protection organisations would not have to be consulted?

Explanation of the ratio of E-field strength in V/m (volts per meter) to transmission
https://www.gigaherz.ch/grenzwerterhoehung-die-wahnsinnsidee-einiger-motionaere/

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