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Wifi-6, 5g and some other tech wrap up stuff!

Interesting follow up on a few things I’ve shared recently. The first is the reality of advertising and the claims of the fastest in-home wifi. If the wifi offered by your internet provider is not Wifi6 (or Wifi-6 or Wifi 6), then it is not the fastest in-home wireless network in your home!

Follow up number two; I choose not to accept my friends ask to the only comment on the posts of people that comment on my posts. I did take his counter-proposal. We shall see how that works out. We are getting more and more new posts on the site, which is always a good thing. If we can get -20 to 25 or more posts per day, we should start seeing some momentum on the site and tracking the sharing os caring [psts. And sp far too; seeming between 15-30 mew views added from when I visit the post for the first time (or again) based on the Sharing is a caring job. That continues to help any author that is shared in the sharing is caring challenge – so to those of you doing that – thank you!

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I will end today with a peek over the horizon. 5g is rolling out via the various carriers. The reality of 5g is that it is safe. The great bird kill reported in Holland was a created story (it didn’t happen). Medical professionals have blessed 5g and its current bandwidth. Yes, it is a form of the microwave, but the energy doesn’t excite cells, so there is no risk for humans. What there is, however, is a brave new world where you can download and watch movies simultaneously. Walking around the national mall in Washingon DC, I was able to download over a terabyte of information from a service provider that I needed for a customer presentation is less than five minutes.

Tomorrow is a bright new day (although it will be hot)!

Hubpages more in-depth article

https://hubpages.com/technology/The-Fastest-In-Home-Wireless-Network

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  • Question of

    have you seen a 5g TV commercial?

    • Yes
    • No
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    if you had the same speed network no matter where you were, would you be happy?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question of

    5g variest a lot in speed and quality, ok?

    • Yes

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  1. And that was using free wifi, was it?

    My brother has 5g already here in Australia, but he limits his use of it, and he reckons while it is operating, it interferes with his normal landline home phone too.

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    • it shouldn’t in any way interfer.

      most phones, even the landline mobile (handheld or portable wireless home line phones) live in the 500 mhz range.

      5g is a lot lower than that. now the wifi signal from a router, might because it is in the range of that lang line portable handset.

      but 5g is between 20 and 100 mhz well below that.

      You are more likely to get interference from many other things.

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      • Actually his landline, like mine, does go through the modem now, as they scrapped all real homephones here, when the national broadband system came in. All calls are routed through the internet.

        When he calls me, he switches back to 4g for using this phone because he says 5g interferes with it somehow.

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  2. That is super duper (I can’t remember the exact spellings. Heard it many many years ago). That’s a terribly super speed – 1 terabyte for 5mins?
    So, will the quality of the 5g be of better quality than 4g or…

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  3. Q: HAVE YOU SEEN A 5G TV COMMERCIAL?
    Yes (1 votes) – 50%
    No (1 votes) – 50%
    Q: IF YOU HAD THE SAME SPEED NETWORK NO MATTER WHERE YOU WERE, WOULD YOU BE HAPPY?
    Yes (2 votes) – 100%
    Q: 5G VARIEST A LOT IN SPEED AND QUALITY, OK?
    Yes (2 votes) – 100%

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      • Your foreign minister will visit our country tomorrow.
        I read this in the news and I don’t understand it well:
        At the forefront of the visit of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is the signing of a bilateral declaration on the security of 5G mobile networks. Experts believe this is just another attempt to eliminate China in a technological war. Thus, the Americans, who otherwise have neither the company nor the technological alternative to set up the network, want to eliminate the Chinese giants Huawei and ZTE. In the background, there are huge investments in new infrastructure, which will bring users faster data transfer, the emergence of new technologies and communications, and new jobs.

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