(MENAFN – Swissinfo) The environment ministry has finalized new guidelines for the regulation of the maximum wave limit that will be emitted from a new ‘adaptive’ 5G antenna in Switzerland.
This content is published February 23, 2021 – 17:50 February 23, 2021 – 17:50 Keystone-SDA / dos
On Tuesday, the environment ministry issued guidelines for cantons and local authorities regarding antennas, which are designed to transmit waves specifically at cellphone users, not in any direction.
The guidelines specifically state that while the boundary values for what are considered ‘safe’ frequencies will not be derived – the heart of government efforts to convince people of 5G – the new antennas will be evaluated differently.
Because the waves were targeted, they emitted less average antennae than normal, the external links ministry wrote. This means that a ‘correction factor can be applied to official emission limits’ which would avoid the assessment of conventional poles.
This correction will allow the antenna to exceed the computed limit in a nutshell – but the decisive factor will be judged by a weighted average of six minutes. If this average is overtaken, the built-in limiting mechanism in the antenna will work.
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