Download the latest report from Deloitte Access Economics on 5G Mobile and how it is enabling businesses and economic growth here.
ARPANSA has released a statement addressing concerns about misinformation circulating throughout the community about the possible impacts of Australia’s planned roll-out of the 5G mobile network. Contrary to some claims, there are no established health effects from the radio waves that the 5G network uses.
The mobile industry is an enabler of economic growth and the rollout of 5G will deliver even more significant economic and social benefits, enhancing productivity, GDP and employment opportunities to name a few, so it is crucial that the Government maintains its focus on this opportunity.
ARPANSA says there are no health effects for 5G below the national and international guidelines.
AMTA CEO, Chris Althaus is attending Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and posting his takeaways from the event this week.
The ACMA has published a guide to small cells. Small cells are already delivering 4G services and will play an important role in providing 5G mobile services.
The TIO's Annual Report for 2017/18 shows that service providers are continuing to work to address consumer complaints and systemic issues with complaints falling by 17.8% in the final quarter of the year.
Accessible Telecoms and GARI help consumers find a device with the accessibility features that work best for their particular needs.
Government releases its assessment of the potential impacts of 5G on Australia’s productivity and growth
AMTA welcomes the Government’s working paper on “Impacts of 5G on productivity and economic growth”.
The long awaited final results of the decade-spanning US National Toxicology Program on radiofrequency energy exposure has found no consistent effects in male and female mice and rats exposed to mobile phone signals for their whole life (2 years). However, in a sub-section of the study, researchers found that at the highest doses for the longest periods of time, cellphone radiation might cause a rare cancer in male rats. “High exposure to radiofrequency radiation (RFR) in rodents resulted in tumours in tissues surrounding nerves in the hearts of male rats, but not female rats or any mice, according to draft studies from the National Toxicology Program (NTP),” said a press release from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences where the program is headquartered.
February 6th is Safer Internet Day and we are all being asked to be more respectful online.