How to Test 5G and Protect Yourself from 5G Signals (Update)
By Michael R Neuert, ©2021 EMFCenter.com
We are now in the early stages of the implementation of 5G. We know that 5G will utilize some additional frequencies that are above 8 GHz, but we do not yet know exactly what all those frequencies will be, or to what extent they will actually be used. It is expected that the main backbone for most modern 4G and 5G digital wireless signals will continue to be within the frequency range below 8 GHz — frequencies that are already detected easily by the Safe & Sound Pro II, the Acoustimeter AM-11, the Acousticom-2, and the Safe and Sound Classic (to name some of the RF meters we currently recommend). But with 5G, there will also be some limited use of new frequencies above 8 GHz, that will be “added in to the mix” — frequencies that the current test RF meters do not detect.
Below is an updated video series by Michael, explaining how to protect yourself from 5G, including helpful information about what 5G actually is: the different frequencies involved, what meters to use, how to test it, how to avoid it, remove it, shield it, and more…
5G is Here: How to Protect Your Health - Part 1 - What is 5G? What are the Sources of 5G?
5G is Here: How to Protect Yourself - Part 2 - How to Test, Avoid, Remove and Shield 5G
Presently, there is no consumer priced RF test meter available to adequately pick up any of the potential new frequencies above 8 GHz (commonly referred to as 5G “High Band”). In the past, it has taken the test meter manufacturers a year or more to respond to changes in technology with appropriate RF test meters. I suspect that this time, for 5G, due to the increased popularity and sales of RF test meters, that the test meter companies will respond much more quickly, but that remains to be seen. If cost is an issue, I would recommend getting an Acousticom-2 for now, because it may still be some time before the new meters come out that are appropriate for the higher frequencies of 5G, although of course I do not know the exact time frame.
And because it is already very difficult for manufacturers to design meters to accurately test such a wide frequency range as 200 MHz to 8 GHz, it is possible that the future 5G test meters that will be designed to detect the higher frequencies above 8 GHz, may be specialized for detecting only those higher 5G frequencies, and thus will be used in conjunction with our current RF test meters – as supplemental meters rather than as replacements. But this is not known yet. Perhaps the most important thing to keep in mind at this time, is that the existing 200 MHz to 8 GHz RF test meters that are available now will continue to be very important and useful for detecting the vast majority of the 5G signals that are already here, and that are yet to come.