Is 5G really dangerous for humans and Animals?

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 Is 5G really dangerous for humans?

Is 5G service really dangerous for the environment and animals, know what experts say about it?

5G service is currently being launched in many countries of the world. Concerns have been raised on behalf of many researchers that 5G can be a threat to humans and the environment. There has been an appeal from many scientists and doctors that 5G should be stopped.

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Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla and 5G are currently in news. Juhi had filed a petition in the Delhi High Court against the introduction of 5G service. Juhi demanded the cancellation of 5G, calling it dangerous for the environment and animals. The High Court rejected his plea saying that it was just a publicity stunt in which an attempt was made to attract the attention of the media. 

But is 5G really dangerous for the environment and what do environmentalists think about it?

What will be the benefit of 5G

5G service is currently being launched in many countries of the world. Concerns have been raised on behalf of many researchers that 5G can be a threat to humans and the environment. There have been appeals from many scientists and doctors that 5G should be stopped. 5G is being said to be 1000 times faster than 4G. It is being said that after the arrival of 5G, you will be able to watch 4 thousand videos on your phone at the speed of 100 GB per second.

Many fake stories in trend

Ever since the launch of 5G has been announced, the attitude of the public is quite indifferent to it. Many types of claims are being made regarding security with this service. In one report, it was even said that hundreds of birds had died in the Netherlands due to 5G.

However, later this news proved to be just a rumor. Many more such fake stories have come in the media. The concern that is being raised about 5G is due to its extremely high frequency. It is being told that its frequency is going to be from 30 GHz to 300 GHz.

Because of 5g, net antennas laid

It is being told that there will be one antenna every 100 to 200 meters in 5G service. In such a situation, if the scientists believe, then the network of the antenna will be laid. But there are two types of opinions about whether this service will have any effect on animals and the environment. The public has been assured by wireless companies and the American organization CDC that the 5G network is completely secure.

On the other hand, a study conducted by the US National Toxicology Program (NTP) by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) under the World Health Organization has found evidence that high frequencies of cell phones increase the risk of cancer. . But there is no evidence on this side yet that animals are harmed due to 5G.

Nothing proved yet that 5G is dangerous for humans and animals 

In the years 2019 and 2020, some studies were done but it could not be proved that this service will have any effect on the animals. According to Madhura Ambedkar, who has done her Ph.D. in Environmental Science from the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, studies are being done in many countries to prove it so far.

Radiation is 4G or 5G, it is dangerous in every way. But till there is no concrete evidence, it will not be right to say anything on 5G. Madhura says that this is a threat to service animals and the environment, it will have to wait a while to know.

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What is different between 4g and 5g?

Your current 4G LTE network also falls under the sub-6GHz umbrella, as its frequency is around 2-3 GHz. Conversely, while a sub-6GHz 5G network will provide faster download speeds than your run-of-the-mill LTE connection, the difference won't be night and day. Think of it like 4G LTE+, where the speed of the Internet increases when you see a plus, but still we are not able to get the fast speed told by the companies.

How much is difference between 4G AND 5G SPEED?

4G LTE speeds in India are 13Mbps or less than Jio, Airtel, and Vi (though they can sometimes be higher). Now, since 5G is still a few months away in India, there is no real-world data on what speeds we will experience.

However, if we look at 5G speeds in the US, consumers typically get speeds of 50-75Mbps on sub-6GHz 5G networks; You should know that the average 4G download speed in the US is around 30Mbps, so almost 2x faster than in India.

But 50-75Mbps is not the ultra-fast speed you've been hearing about on 5G, is it? As you may know, it is mmWave that gives you download speeds of over 1Gbps in real-world tests

But this may not happen in India because it will require the right bandwidth and equally powerful network towers. And you will also have to buy a mobile phone with 6GHZ support which supports 5G. So it may be that after using 5G, the same poor speed and overall satisfaction of the network may not be available.

Which countries are using 5G Network?

A decade ago, the fourth-generation wireless network, 4G, shook the world for accelerating data transfer and ensuring better and uninterrupted mobile and internet connectivity. Now, the world is gearing up for 50 times faster 5G that will make wireless digital communication closer to Uninterrupted. The US and South Korea have already used 5G Network after the successful trial basis.

In May 2018, five Nordic countries – Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, and Iceland – announced their plans to build the world's first interconnected 5G region. India, which was lagging behind in the implementation of the earlier network, after that India has set up a high-level platform to start 5G and plans to start testing by 2020 but due to this Coronavirus its testing got delayed and it is now It was possible in the year 2021.


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