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NBTC board to consider plan to enable fast 5G rollout

 

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The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) has asked its board to approve a multi-band spectrum auction plan to drive the country toward the 5G era.

 

NBTC secretary-general Takorn Tantasith said on Monday that under the draft plan, there will be two multi-band auctions. The first will consist of higher frequency bands, such as 26-28 GHz, together with the 2600 MHz middle band and the lower 700 MHz band. 

 

For the second auction, middle bands of 3400–3600 MHz and 1800 MHz will be released altogether. 

 

The timeline for the auctions will be announced as soon as possible after the plan is approved by the NBTC board.

 

The multi-band auction plan is regarded as a means to prepare spectrum resources for the speedy development and utilisation of 5G technology in Thailand.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/business/30373361

 

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Posted (edited)

cue the 5G mind control people. 

 

"Whats the frequency Kenneth?"

Edited by NCC1701A
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I don't think there is anything in Thailand that 5G will be useful for, except using it as a Thailand 4.0 talking point

 

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 Brussels has banned 5g out of heath concerns....Is funny how the elite think 5g is good for every one but them...

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9 minutes ago, fforest1 said:

 Brussels has banned 5g out of heath concerns....Is funny how the elite think 5g is good for every one but them...

Interesting. Have you got a link handy regarding that?

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so what is the 5G hooked up to? 3G?

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20 hours ago, bluesofa said:

Interesting. Have you got a link handy regarding that?

Not just Brussels. More than 200 other cities around the world are pushing back against the 5G juggernaut as details of its inherent risks -  not just to to human health and security but also the environment generally - begin to emerge.

 

Protests are mostly ground-up for the simple reason that most national governments and the tame mass media - who both stand to make big money from the 5G roll-out - are turning a deaf ear to warnings from hundreds of scientists, doctors, environmental organisations and countless concerned citizens. 

 

Millions of humans and animals across the planet will be guinea pigs for an untried system with well-documented potential health hazards - against which, significantly, insurance companies are refusing to provide cover (No prizes for guessing why!). 

 

The plan to irradiate the the world, using millions of 5G masts and thousands of satellite transmitters in Space, is an environmental pollution problem arguably as worrying as climate change - and far more prescient.

 

http://themillenniumreport.com/2019/04/why-is-brussels-terminating-the-5g-roll-out/

https://www.naturalhealth365.com/5g-wireless-radiation-2336.html

 

Edited by Krataiboy

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