Learn How to Locate 5G Cell Towers with Free Online Tutorial

In 2019, telecom executives gave U.S. congressional testimony that they had NO independent scientific evidence that 5G is safe.  There is research that has proven that it’s NOT.

American opposition to deployment continues to increase for health and environmental risks (see 123456), reduced property value, and more.  In fact, lawsuits have been filed against the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for unwanted installation.  Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and several American tribal groups filed one (see 12). Municipalities have filed them.  Municipalities have also passed resolutions to ban deployment until studies prove it’s safe (see 1234, 56) and ordinances to limit and/or control installation.  State representatives in Hawaii and Illinois have introduced 5G bills to protect constituents as well.

If you’re concerned about 5G cell towers being installed near your home and throughout your community, EMF Experts is offering a free online tutorial on how to locate them.

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5G Celltower Locations is the new Need-to-Know Info

5G is here.  With 5G, however, comes a new paradigm of wireless communication that to operate requires more 5G celltower locations and 5G antennas in a denser array than ever previously seen, and with this increased coverage and faster data speed comes more biologically-untested radiation including the new 5G frequencies that mankind has never before been exposed to.

Cellphone companies have accelerated their braggadocio persuading consumers of their need for better, faster, more available 5G service as 5G-enabled cellphones begin to flood the market. And to service them sneaky 5G antennas far less identifiable than previous celltowers are popping up with record speed since they sidestep the 5G celltower location approval-process for communication towers.

Are there 5G Antennas Near Me?

Low bars or slow cellphone data is not  a clue to where the 5G antennas  are, their small cell technology makes them not easily identifiable in shapes like soup cans or shirt  boxes or hats, and their stealthy overnight installation has them suddenly appearing before our unsure eyes on street lights and utility poles. And while this is happening every day we read that more and more 5G satellites are being deployed and we witness old familiar celltowers being fitted with bewildering must-be-5G appendages.

Despite the difficulty we really do need to know where the 5G antennas are, in order to distance ourselves from them as much as possible, for our own protection.

Furthermore, knowing where the antennas are will tell us even more that can help us protect ourselves. Such as how many antennas there are at a single pole and what each antenna is exposing us to in terms of both power level and frequencies.

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A typical consumer EMF meter cannot tell us this.  It can tell us if there is an antenna in the vicinity and other helpful information, but only if we know how to use the meter correctly and interpret its results knowledgeably.

So, with or without a meter, it all begins with the simplest and least expensive EMF detection and protection strategy of all —  knowing where the towers are and understanding the information about them that will enable us to evaluate our exposure.

Register for this Free 5G Celltower Locator Tutorial

This 30 minute online public training, being offered January 6th through 16th by EMF Expert Founder, Electrical Engineer Chris Young, will help you learn where the 5G tower locations are, how to understand what important information they tell you, and what you need to know about them to be safer….


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