Horrible ! Are they worse than guinea pigs ? My God, nwo in full blow... Thank you for posting.
5G rollout requires planning ! Lookout for the survey and the pre rollout simulation FOI.Removal of "clutter" reduces costs ( lookout for tree and vegitation removal"quoteBenoit Badard, director of radio engineering and performance department at Orange. “Utilizing 5G in the centimetric band makes this exercise very different from what it used to be in previous technologies because it exploits much higher frequencies together with sophisticated beam forming. We now need to rely on more accurate analysis that requires 3D maps with a high level of detail.”Millimeter wave (mmWave, e. g., 26-28 GHz) frequencies are being considered in trials and preliminary network implementations of 5G networks around the world. Unlike traditional wireless networks utilizing frequencies less than 2.6 GHz, mmWave frequencies are substantially impacted when they encounter obstructions. For this reason, it is necessary to account for each individual tree when creating the RF plan with these high frequencies. source https://luxcarta.com/?s=tree
BEAMFORMING - 5GMicrowave beams can be deployed as military weapon systems aimed at a target designed to debilitate or kill.5G utilizes microwave beamforming. This is between 5G devices and some local base station. So inevitably either the device operator or Joe Public will at some time be in between the two attenuating the energy of the beam. One technique to get around that might be to up the power levels of both transmitters maintaining recieved levels of the carriers at both 5G station and device but ramping up RF exposure.Another more sinister scenario might involve deliberate targetting of individuals or crowds. Each individual being conveniently tracked and identified in real time by their unique identifier ( mobile device ). That would potentially provide any nefarious entity with sufficient access to the 5G system with a deniable assasination system.
So according to the FOIA no testing has taken place on the campus. 146 students have committed suicide since 2016 in the UK so this Bristol thing is nothing unique.