S4WT / Scientists 4 Wired Technology
The following Verizon videos prove that Verizon DOES NOT NEED Close Proximity Microwave Radiation Antenna – Wireless Telecommunications Facilities (CPMRA-WTFs) installed in residential areas every 500 to 1,000 feet — the 4G/5G WTFs can be 3,000 feet away on Macro Towers.
Link To CNBC: 6/25/18 — Verizon CEO, Lowell McAdam, on The Future of 5G
Link To Verizon: 5/23/18 — The Power (and Reach) of 28 GHz and 39 GHz Millimeter Waves
“When [Verizon] went out in these 11 [5G test] markets, we tested for well over a year, so we could see every part of foliage and every storm that went through. We have now busted the myth that [5G frequencies] have to line of site — it does not. We busted the myth that foliage would will shut [5G] down . . . that does not happen. And the 200 feet from a home? We are now designing the network for over 2,000 feet from transmitter to receiver, which has a huge impact on our capital need going forward. Those myths have disappeared.”
Jason L., Verizon Field Engineer:
“[Verizon 5G] is really high frequency [28,000 MHz and 39,000 MHz], so everybody thinks it doesn’t go very far, but it’s a really big pipe and so that’s what allows you to gain the super fast speeds . . We’re 3,000 feet away from our radio node. the cool thing about this is that we did not move the radio node. It’s pointing down to serve the customers in that area ” . . . here even 3,000 feet away, we’re still getting 1,000 [Megabits per second] speeds . . . So now we’ve driven about 1/3 of a mile away [1,760 feet ] from the radio node. we are still getting very good speeds even though we have foliage in between [800 Megabits per second].”