All you need to know about 5G
The Regions’ general brief aiming to regulate the protection of the environment also entails the power to adopt measures to prevent and minimise the risks related to the non-ionising radiation. It is therefore the Regions that define the radiation standards (standards for maximum emission) the operators have to comply with. The mobile operators are required to comply with these radiation standards, regardless of the technology they use.
The Regions also carry out inspections in the field to verify whether the radiation standards set by them are complied with.
For more information or to request radiation measurements, we invite you to contact your regional administration in charge:
5G further increases the mobile networks’ capacity for these to be able to continue to digest the still rapidly increasing mobile data traffic. For instance, a tenfold increase has been reported for data traffic in the past 5 years.
In addition, 5G supports the Internet of Things and new applications, for instance for the automotive industry, health care and media and entertainment.
5G aims at continuing to improve the mobile networks’ possibilities. Three spearheads can be distinguished in this regard: