FCC Promoting the Deployment of 5G Open Radio Access Networks | H.R.981 – IoT Readiness Act of 2021 – Call To OPPOSE
Even though (RF/MWR) Radiofrequency/Microwave Radiation (5G) is a potential weapon, is a tracking & surveillance system, is vulnerable to the threat of cyber attacks, and is hazardous to health, members of congress keep directing the FCC to continue expansion of the electromagnetic spectrum and introducing legislation to streamline the deployment of RF microwave-irradiating networks ( 5G ).
Please take a moment to contact and meet with your Representatives and members on the House Committee on Energy & Commerce to express your opposition. Fiber to the premises (FTTP), for which communities have already paid, is the best solution for safe, fast, reliable and cyber secure internet.
2021 U.S. House Telecom Bills
March 29, 2021 | Federal Communications Commission (FCC) | Source
“SUMMARY: This Notice of Inquiry (NOI) examines the potential of open and virtualized Radio Access Networks in securing America’s communications networks and the communications supply chain, and in driving 5G innovation. Specifically, this NOI seeks comment on what steps, if any, the Commission should take to accelerate the development and deployment of Open Radio Access Networks (Open RAN); any challenges or other considerations related to the testing, deployment, and integration of Open RAN systems and equipment; and the costs and benefits associated with Open RAN development and deployment.”
“To direct the Federal Communications Commission to collect and maintain data on the growth in the use of Internet of Things devices and devices that use 5G mobile networks in order to determine the amount of electromagnetic spectrum required to meet the demand created by such use, and for other purposes.” Link
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