AT&T announced late Tuesday it will first roll out 5G to three locations: Dallas, Texas; Waco, Texas; and Atlanta.

The wireless giant previously said it would introduce the service to about a dozen U.S. markets by late 2018, but it didn’t specify which cities or a specific timeline. The company said it would announce more cities in the coming months.

5G, heralded as the next generation of wireless network technology, is about 10 times faster than 4G, according to experts. That’s enough to download a 3D movie in 30 seconds. It would take six minutes on 4G.

 You’ll need a 5G capable mobile device to access the network, and currently, there are no compatible smartphones.

AT&T (T) said it expects devices from different phone makers to hit the market this year, and it plans to add to its lineup in early 2019.

5G will likely have the biggest impact on businesses. 5G networks will be able to power self-driving cars, virtual reality and smart cities. It could lead to new surgical procedures, safer transportation and faster communication with first responders.

Last year, Verizon announced it would launch 5G residential broadband services in 2018 in select markets.

While AT&T and Verizon have made some strides with 5G, experts project these networks will launch in 2020. Even if a 5G network is rolled out this year, essentially no one will be able to take advantage of it until 5G-enabled devices hit stores.

(AT&T has agreed to buy Time Warner, the parent of CNN, TNT, HBO, and other channels and websites.)

http://money.cnn.com/2018/02/20/technology/att-5g-mobile-network-cities/index.html

 

  • 5G New Radio connection with 2 gigabits per second 
  • Live transmission of ultra-high-definition video over 5G
  • 5G for Augmented Reality: Slot car track with real-time interaction
  • Four radio cells in the Deutsche Telekom network are demonstrating the future of communication right now. The antennas in Berlin are the first in Europe with a live 5Gconnection in a real world setting. Using pre-standard 5G New Radio (5G NR), the future mobile communications component of 5G, the network is achieving throughput of more than two gigabits per second to a single customer device, as well as a latency of three milliseconds on commercial sites in Berlin’s Schöneberg district. Extremely high throughput and very short network reaction times are the key capabilities of 5G, which is set to drive forward the development of exciting new applications.

    “We are demonstrating 5G live here, in the middle of Berlin, rather than in a lab. This is a very decisive developmental step on the way to the global launch of 5G, which is planned for 2020,” said Claudia Nemat, Member of the Management Board responsible for Technology & Innovation at Deutsche Telekom. “If everything is connected to everything else, customers need a high-performance, reliable and secure network. Industry in particular will benefit from 5G as a powerful enabler for a wide range of applications. We are ready for 5G.”

    Deutsche Telekom demonstrated the network’s high performance by showcasing some early application ideas that are enhanced by 5G. The augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) applications benefit from 5G’s super high data rates and real-time responses. A particular highlight was the live transmission of an ultra-high-definition video stream over 5G NR to a VR device. 

    The next communication standard

    5G is more than the next mobile communications standard; 5G is the future telecommunications standard that will bring mobile and fixed network communication together. A new network architecture and design will also play a significant role. 5Gnetworks will be controlled by software, will be programmable and will be managed end-to-end. This creates the enabling platform for the provision of a large number of different services. 

    5G New Radio, the new 5G air interface, will work in combination with the evolution of 4G/LTE technology, which means that this will also play a decisive role in future communications. A key technology in 5G NR to increase capacity and data rates is the use of advanced antenna techniques: Known as Massive MIMO (multiple input/multiple output), it increases the number of antenna elements deployed at both the base station and in the subscriber device, which can increase capacity through a much more efficient use of the frequency spectrum. 

    First step on the way to 5G for all

    5G New Radio in Berlin is the first major step towards 5G for everybody,” said Deutsche Telekom CTO Bruno Jacobfeuerborn. “As soon as the standard is defined and is available, we will proceed in 2018 to lay the foundation for large-scale build-out. This is how we are driving the technology development in Europe and demonstrate our innovation power.”

    Deutsche Telekom is using the frequency spectrum in the 3.7 gigahertz range coupled with Huawei equipment for its implementation in Berlin. The four Huawei antennas are located at three different sites: Winterfeldtstraße (two cells), Martin-Luther-Straße and Pohlstraße. 

    5G is getting close to prime time. The successful live transmission over 5G is an important technical contribution to the 5G community for the two companies. Huawei will continue investing in Research & Development and enhance its cooperation with partners to make progress in 5G technology and the development of an industry ecosystem,” said Deng Tai Hua, president of the Huawei Wireless Network Product Line.

    5G pre-standard system is the technical basis for the network in Berlin. This means that the specifications in the Huawei equipment used are following the progress of the global 3GPP specifications for the 5G New Radio standard. It is anticipated that the specifications of the system used will be completed by 3GPP in December 2017. 

    5G live in Berlin

    In Berlin, Deutsche Telekom demonstrated how the 5G network’s multi-gigabit data rates and low latencies can enrich, for example, an AR application around a slot car track. For this, the 5G network delivered additional context information from an edge cloud in real time using the AR glasses. Thanks navigational prompts and race position, as well as other real time information, the user can experience really interactive and immersive AR. 

    The example makes it clear how the 5G enabled offloading of computational and power hungry tasks to edge clouds will enable lighter AR glasses with longer battery lives and will at the same time open up a vast range of new possibilities. 

    Piloting 5G

    To accelerate the development of new applications for 5G, Deutsche Telekom recently launched the Low Latency Prototyping Programs at its hub:raum sites in Berlin and Krakow. The programs are aimed at innovative developers who want to develop products benefitting from Edge Computing, as well as 5G network performance as it emerges. 

    Deutsche Telekom is piloting the use of 5G for industry at the Port of Hamburg. The aim is to tailor the 5G network to meet the diverse requirements of the port. Traffic control data, reliable traffic light steering and environmental monitoring are the first application scenarios for 5G. This enables the digital transformation of the port to support its future growth. 

  • https://www.telekom.com/en/media/media-information/archive/europes-first-5g-antennas-are-transmitting-in-berlin-505686

Just been reading a white paper created by Uni of Surrey on 5G, at the moment the UK has approx 40,000 base station sites to cope with Wi-Fi, If they get the 5Gnetwork up and running, that will mean that the City of London would require that many alone. The Urban areas would need tens of thousands of small wireless cells as they only cover 100-200 meters!

This new 5G system will use Millimetre waves, the same waves used by the US Army to disperse crowds, using a beam that burns, studies to date show that MMW causes a host of health problems including skin and eye injuries,cancers, heart problems even affecting our DNA. Also the Eco system.

Despite safety concerns by many Scientists, Doctors and Biologists in which they have conducted 10,000 studies and are speaking out about the dangers, Govts and Multi national companies are pushing this new technology for all its worth.

The cover up of this dangerous technology is very deep, the 5G will use pulsed Millimeter waves and yet studies on the safety aspect are misleading as they do not pulse the waves.

Think of how many times that Governments have claimed something to be safe before, Agent Orange,Asbestos, Lead paint, just to name a few.

We know that they have hidden health aspects for profits many times before,can you imagine the health implications of having these Electromagnet waves pulsed at us every few hundred yards? 

To put it into perspective, we are now aware of masts causing cancers,presently at a maximum of 6 GHZ, imagine what 6GHZ to 100GHZ would do?

Medical experts world wide are calling for action.

I think we should be educating ourselves and putting a stop to this before it rolls out, don’t you?

I propose that people make themselves aware of this technology then join your own community in condemning this now, before its too late.

https://www.surrey.ac.uk/5gic/about/advisory-board

If the useless eliters have their way, it will only be a matter of time before the ability to connect to others of like minds will be removed. Under the guise of protection from all things anti-Govt(terrorist) related. Let us be honest, this war is on us, the public. 

The Intention is to imprison us in a techno prison, that is why it is so important to connect on a community level and to get the cooperation of larger groups of people. 

The 5G networks are the net that the Kontrollers will try to use to enslave humanity. If you take the time to read about this (not from those who wish to roll this out for power or profit) from experts with nothing to gain from speaking the truth, you will realise that we need to make this a catalyst for real action. 

If every area organises community based groups who can share relevant Information on the dangers of 5G and strategies to combat the dangers to life and health, we may have a chance of changing our future.

Even if you do not know people in your own area who may agree with your concerns, that does not mean they are not there. 

Use social media to ask for like minded people to come together. Create leaflets or make posters to connect to others. 

Or take the initiative in any way you can, to get back to face to face solutions, every single town and community needs to be aware of the dangers they are facing with 5G and be willing to make a stand. Share responsibility, organise, do whatever you can. It really is make or break for humanity.

During the time that the Parsons Green event happened, the IBC were holding their annual Conference which included thousands of companies and a demonstration by the BBC Research and Development team, who were reported to be demonstrating their work on a new broadcasting system. 


Newtec Dialog were also showcasing their new equipment which has been utilised by the BBC just days before the Parsons green event.


According to the Conference magazine, the attendees were asked if they thought TV would be around forever, 80% said no, it would be defunct in ten years time.


It also stated that the UK was the most disruptive market, so, what better way to make a statement, than to organise an event that would get the attention of the world wide media, during the Conference?And proving to all the Tech Industries that TV was still important.


And using the new Newtec equipment that allowed it to be reported on a massive scale. This is the real reason why the Parsons Green fake event happened!


This event is an International Broadcasting Conference over three days which coincided with the Parsons Green event.With 1,700 Companies in 15 halls, now, ask yourself this question,how is it just a coincidence that a new system was being demonstrated at the same time?

We know that that system was the Newtec technology as I have already proven that, they upgraded to it three days before, it stands to reason that the only way to demonstrate how it allows world wide coverage of an event is to provide a world wide event and then cover it. Yes? 

https://issuu.com/newbayeurope/docs/ibc2017_daily_d1_friday_15_sept