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This is what they don’t tell you about installing 5G antennas in your building

Date: June 17, 2024 Time: 04:42:14

The new Telecommunications Law has brought with it significant changes in what respects neighboring communities. These changes have generated various opinions and suspicions, especially in relation to the placement of repeaters and the installation of 5G antennas on rooftops.

All this, without the need to obtain municipal licenses, carry out environmental impact studies or have the authorization of the neighborhood community itself. One of the most controversial measures of this law is the possibility of expropriating rooftops to install telephone masts.

This provision has generated rejection by communities of neighbors and owners, since it is perceived as a situation that leaves the citizen exempt from rights and power of decision regarding this matter.

What changes are there now with the authorization process for the installation of 5G antennas?

With the new law, the authorization process is hardly simplified. Now, it is enough that the Ministry of Industry has previously approved an installation plan or network installation that contemplates these infrastructures. Telecommunications companies are only required to submit a declaration of responsibility in which they certify compliance with the requirements of the new law.

This new regulation has generated both benefits and concerns. On the one hand, it seeks to facilitate the expansion and improvement of telecommunications networks, which is essential in today’s society and in the development of technology. On the other hand, there is uncertainty regarding the rights of neighboring communities and the possible impact on the environment.

What is the impact of installing 5G antennas on people?

To understand how 5G can affect public health, it is important to understand that it refers to the fifth generation of mobile networks. Previously, we had 2G, 3G and 4G, and now 5G is rolling out. In this context, the World Health Organization (WHO) published in 2006 a scientific report entitled “Electromagnetic fields and public health: base stations and wireless technologies”, which examines the possible risks associated with wireless technologies.

According to this document, “given the extremely low levels of exposure and the results of research conducted to date, there is no convincing scientific evidence that weak radio frequency (RF) signals from base stations and wireless networks will have detrimental effects on health”.

Civil liability of 5G antenna operators and installers

However, and apart from what was previously mentioned, the operators and whoever installs the antennas have civil liability if this fact causes demonstrable damage to people. In fact, the Supreme Court has already handed down jurisprudence based on judgments such as those of October 1989, November 1990, April 1997. In this way, the operators that install this type of telecommunications will be responsible for indemnifying the damages they may cause.

In conclusion and studying all the points discussed here, so far and according to the investigations carried out, no adverse health effects related to 5G technology have been detected. Although medicine and studies in this field are really advancing, we can be calm about this topic today.

From here, we will have to be attentive to see if the public health guarantees that are insured in the present, are reflected in tomorrow. However, with all the data and regulations in hand, we can say that the release in terms of the installation of 5G antennas has been carried out. Currently it is much simpler and easier for an operator to carry out this work in your building.

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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