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Are the floodgates opening? Yet another Italian brain tumour court win
Italy Created: 26 Apr 2017
INAIL (the Italian Workcover) will pay a lifetime of compensation to the injured worker suffering from an acoustic neuroma: he used the phone for 2-3 hours a day for 10 years. Expert testimony speaks of “high probability between cell phone use and malignant disease”

After the court in Ivrea, also in Florence, he acknowledged the connection between the incorrect use of the phone and the onset of an acute nerve disease. Advocate Paolo Maresca told him that, with his colleague Dario Zangara, he defended the sick worker.The Tribunal has in fact condemned Inail, just as in the case of Ivrea, explained the lawyer, to pay a professional sickness allowance to a salesperson who for more than 10 years worked for 2-3 hours Daily on the phone. The perpetrator appointed by the court and the one chosen by the injured worker confirmed, the lawyer noted, “the high probability of a connection between cell phone use and illness,” scientifically defined as a neuron of the eighth cranial nerve. You will now have to wait 60 days to know the reasons for the sentence.

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Apr 2017, Italy: Italian court finds link between cell phone use and tumor

Source:
https://www.emfacts.com/2017/04/are-the-floodgates-opening-another-italian-brain-tumour-court-win/
(thanks to Don Maisch / EMFacts for translation)
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Source: Corriere.it, 24 Apr 2017

Dómstóll rekur heilaæxli til farsímanotkunar
Iceland Created: 26 Apr 2017
Ítalskur dómstóll hefur komist að þeirri niðurstöðu að mikil farsímanotkun hafi valdið því að stjórnandi í þarlendu fyrirtæki fékk góðkynja heilaæxli..
Starfs síns vegna talaði maðurinn í síma í þrjár til fjórar klukkustundir á hverjum degi í fimmtán ár.
Dómurinn var kveðinn upp í bænum Ivrea á Norður-Ítalíu 11. apríl en var gerður opinber í gær. Ekki er ljóst hvort honum verður áfrýjað.

The Guardian segir frá.Manninum, hinum 57 ára gamla Roberto Romeo, var dæmdur slysalífeyrir frá ríkinu upp á 500 evrur á mánuði.
Hann sagðist fyrir dómi hafa verið nauðbeygður til að nota farsímann linnulítið til að tala við samstarfsmenn sína og skipuleggja vinnuna.„
Í fimmtán ár var ég stöðugt í símanum, líka heima hjá mér og í bílnum,“ sagði Romeo.

Þegar hann fór að fá loku fyrir hægra eyrað í tíma og ótíma leitaði hann til læknis og þar kom æxlið í ljós„
Sem betur fer var það góðkynja en ég heyri hins vegar ekkert lengur af því að það þurfti að fjarlægja úr mér heyrnartaugina,“ er haft eftir Romeo.

Vísindarannsóknir hafa flestar skilað þeirri niðurstöðu að venjuleg farsímanotkun sé hættulaus fólki.
Stöku rannsóknir hafa hins vegar bent til þess að mjög mikil notkun geti verið varasöm og sérfræðingar hafa sagt að of snemmt sé að kveða upp úr með heilsufarsáhrifin enda sé farsímatæknin enn tiltölulega ný af nálinni.
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Source: Stígur Helgason RUV

Farsímar mögulegur áhættuþáttur krabbameina
Iceland Created: 26 Apr 2017
Farsímar mögulegur áhættuþáttur krabbameina
Þeir sem tala mikið í farsíma og hafa gert árum saman, geta verið í aukinni hættu á að fá heilaæxli. Þetta segir doktor í lýðheilsuvísindum. Ítalskur dómstóll hefur komist að þeirri niðurstöðu að mikil farsímanotkun hafi valdið því að stjórnandi í þarlendu fyrirtæki fékk góðkynja heilaæxli.
Ítalski dómstóllinn dæmdi manninum bætur vegna æxlisins. Landlæknisembættið hefur ekki varað fólk við því að nota farsíma og það gerir Alþjóðaheilbrigðismálastofnunin ekki heldur.
Lára Guðrún Sigurðardóttir, læknir og doktor í lýðheilsuvísindum, segir að talsvert margar rannsóknir hafi verið gerðar á tengslum farsímanotkunar og heilaæxlis. „Sem eru reyndar mjög misvísandi. Alþjóðaheilbrigðismálastofnunin gaf út skýrslu 2011. Niðurstaðan var sú að farsímar væru mögulegur áhættuþáttur krabbameina,“ segir Lára.
Þeir sem tala mikið í farsíma og hafa gert árum saman, geta verið í aukinni hættu á að fá heilaæxli. Þetta segir doktor í lýðheilsuvísindum. Ítalskur dómstóll hefur komist að þeirri niðurstöðu að mikil farsímanotkun hafi valdið því að stjórnandi í þarlendu fyrirtæki fékk góðkynja heilaæxli.
Ítalski dómstóllinn dæmdi manninum bætur vegna æxlisins. Landlæknisembættið hefur ekki varað fólk við því að nota farsíma og það gerir Alþjóðaheilbrigðismálastofnunin ekki heldur.
Lára Guðrún Sigurðardóttir, læknir og doktor í lýðheilsuvísindum, segir að talsvert margar rannsóknir hafi verið gerðar á tengslum farsímanotkunar og heilaæxlis. „Sem eru reyndar mjög misvísandi. Alþjóðaheilbrigðismálastofnunin gaf út skýrslu 2011. Niðurstaðan var sú að farsímar væru mögulegur áhættuþáttur krabbameina,“ segir
Þó kemur fram að ekki séu nægar upplýsingar fyrir hendi. Einnig sé erfitt að rannsaka farsímanotkun þar sem notkunin er afar útbreidd og því erfitt að finna samanburðarhóp þeirra sem ekki nota farsíma. Flestar rannsóknir horfi til tíðni heilaæxla. „Við sjáum það að í flestum löndum þar sem farsímanotkun hefur aukist mikið þá er í raun nýgengi eða tíðni ekki að aukast samhliða eins og menn hefðu kannski búist við ef það væru mikil tengsl þarna á milli,“ segir Lára.
Það er hins vegar ekki að ástæðulausu sem Alþjóðaheilbrigðisstofnunin segi að mögulega geti farsímanotkun valdið heilaæxli. „Nokkuð stór sænsk rannsókn, sem hefur verið í gangi lengi, hún sýndi fram á að þeir sem nota farsíma, sérstaklega þeir sem hafa notað farsíma í mörg ár og einnig talað mikið í farsíma, þeir eru í aukinni áhættu. Þannig jókst áhættan eftir því sem fjöldi klukkustunda, sem talað var í farsíma, var meiri og einnig eftir fjölda ára,“ segir Lára.
Ný rannsókn sýni aukna tíðni krabbameinsæxla
Laufey Tryggvadóttir, framkvæmdastjóri Krabbameinsskrárinnar og klínískur prófessor, bendir á að nýjar niðurstöður sem verða formlega kynntar í árslok 2017 gætu hugsanlega gefið tilefni til að athuga hvort rétt væri að endurskoða flokkun Alþjóðaheilbrigðismálastofnunarinnar. Núna flokkar stofnunin bylgjur úr farsímum ekki sem staðfestan krabbameinsvald. Laufey segir nýju rannsóknarniðurstöðurnar byggja á mjög stórri bandarískri rannsókn á þúsundum rotta og músa. Þær fengu farsímabylgjur í níu klukkustundir á dag ævilangt. „Hluti dýranna var útsettur fyrir sama styrk og farsímar gefa frá sér, en hluti fékk mun meiri styrk. Í ljós kom lítilsháttar aukning á tiltekinni gerð æxla í heila og hjarta. Þetta er í fyrsta sinn sem líffræðilegar niðurstöður benda til mögulegs sambands og því verður þetta kannað mun betur,“ segir Laufey.
Lára bendir á að vísindamenn setji spurningamerki við mikla notkun barna á farsímum og séu jafnvel með þá á sér daglangt. „Við þurfum að vera vakandi fyrir þessu. Börn eru með hraðari frumuskiptingar og eru viðkvæm,“ segir Lára. Hún hvetur foreldra til að láta börn ekki sofa með snjallsíma og snjalltæki inni í sama herbergi og helst að reyna að venja þau á að þau séu ekki með tækin á sér liðlangan daginn.
Ekki geyma símann á náttborðinu
Bæði Lára og Laufey leggja til að fólk hagi farsímanotkun á sem áhættuminnstan hátt á meðan afdráttarlausar niðurstöður rannsókna liggja ekki fyrir. Skynsamlegt sé að hafa símann sem lengst frá líkamanum, „t.d. geyma hann ekki í vasanum og nota handfrjálsan búnað þegar talað er í hann, en styrkur rafsegulbylgna dvínar mjög hratt með aukinni fjarlægð frá bylgjugjafanum,“ segir Laufey. Þess vegna ætti fólk ekki að sofa með farsímann á náttborðinu.
By curtesey of Niels Eiríksson.
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Source: Kristín Sigurðardóttir RUV

Childhood cancers up 13% globally in two decades
France Created: 24 Apr 2017
Lyon, France, 11 April 2017 – An international study coordinated by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) and published today in The Lancet Oncology shows that in 2001–2010, childhood cancer was 13% more common than in the 1980s, reaching an annual incidence rate of 140 per million children aged 0–14 years worldwide. Part of this increase may be due to better, or earlier, detection of these cancers.

Based on information collected globally on almost 300 000 cancer cases diagnosed in 2001–2010, the study showed that leukaemia is the most common cancer in children younger than 15 years, making up almost a third of childhood cancer cases. Tumours of the central nervous system ranked second (20% of cases), and lymphomas accounted for 12% of cases. In children younger than 5 years, a third of the cases were embryonal tumours, such as neuroblastoma, retinoblastoma, nephroblastoma, or hepatoblastoma.

The article also reports, for the first time, on cancer occurrence in adolescents (age 15–19 years). The annual incidence rate was 185 per million adolescents, based on records of about 100 000 cancer cases. The most common cancers were lymphomas (23%), followed by the cases classified as carcinomas and melanoma (21%).
“Cancer is a significant cause of death in children and adolescents, in spite of its relatively rare occurrence before the age of 20 years,” says IARC Director Dr Christopher Wild. “This extensive new set of information on the pattern and incidence of cancer in young people is vital to raise awareness and to better understand and combat this neglected area of health early in life.”

Cancers developing in children are more likely to be triggered by genetic predisposition, compared with cancers in adults. This study suggests that the incidence of childhood cancers may be influenced by doctors’ changing awareness about childhood cancer or by effects of external factors, such as infection or some environmental pollutants. To enable the identification of causes that could possibly be avoided, high-quality information about cancer occurrence is needed for a representative proportion of the global population.

Data for this study were contributed by 153 cancer registries in 62 countries, departments, and territories, covering approximately 10% of the world’s population of children. However, the results reported are based on child population coverage of almost 100% in North America and western Europe and of 5% or less in
Africa and Asia. Incidence rates, which indicate the number of new cases per population at risk per year, are the first piece of information needed to start fighting this disease.

In low-resource settings, cancer may go undiagnosed, because awareness is lacking or diagnostic equipment is unavailable. Also, social factors may explain the unexpectedly low rates reported particularly for infants or for girls in certain low-resource countries. Taking care of these population groups is challenging in settings with many competing socioeconomic needs. Dr Tezer Kutluk, a paediatric oncologist and past president of the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), which also provided support to this study, notes its importance to improve childhood cancer care: “This study provides the essential data we need to offer early detection, treatment, and care programmes and services for children with cancer. It is very important that we improve global monitoring of cancer in children and address the
gaps in surveillance data across regions.”

In low-income countries, data collection is complicated by the lack of well-functioning health and statistical services, nonexistent health insurance policies, and population movements. Often, focusing on the small proportion of cancers occurring in children is not seen as a priority. Comparative studies like this one depend not only on the availability of local data but also on the possibility of sharing the collected data internationally. Measures should be taken so that the increasingly stringent data-sharing requirements do not hamper large-scale collaborative studies, not least because participation in international studies helps to improve local data.

For more information, please contact
Dr Eva Steliarova-Foucher, at steliarova@iarc.fr, or com@iarc.fr.
The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) is part of the World Health Organization. Its mission is to coordinate and conduct research on the causes of human cancer, the mechanisms of carcinogenesis, and to develop scientific strategies for cancer control. The Agency is involved in both epidemiological and laboratory research and disseminates scientific information through publications, meetings, courses, and fellowships. If you wish your name to be removed from our press release emailing list, please write to com@iarc.fr.

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Steliarova-Foucher E, Colombet M, Ries LAG, Moreno F, Dolya A, Bray F, Hesseling P, Shin HY, Stiller CA, and the IICC-3 contributors. International incidence of childhood cancer, 2001–10: a population-based registry study. Lancet Oncol. Published online 11 April 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S1470-2045(17)30186-9
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Source: IARC, 11 Apr 2017

Vodafone’s bid for ‘monster’ phone mast at Clevedon Golf Club rejected by North Somerset Council
United Kingdom Created: 23 Apr 2017
Fears it could fall down on homes, would ‘utterly ruin’ the countryside and damage trees led to the council’s planning committee rejecting Vodafone’s plan.

The telecoms giant wanted to build it on Clevedon Golf Club’s land, but there has been confusion over whereabouts on the course.

Vodafone wanted it nearer to the ninth green than the club, but those concerns are redundant following the council’s decision on April 12.

Nicola Hodges, who lives in Linkside near the proposed site, told councillors that allowing the mast would cause damage to the surrounding area.

She said: “The access track to the mast would have to run along the back or houses and there’s a deep copse (there) which house bats, owls and other wildlife and this would have to be destroyed.”

Of greater concern to planning officers was the trees around the proposed mast which they felt would be damaged or removed.

Cllr David Shopland said concern for trees was a ‘feeble’ excuse for refusing the plan, adding the 80ft mast so close to houses was a more pressing concern.

He said: “It (the mast) is 24 metres high which is nearly twice the height of the clock tower outside (Weston Town Hall).

“If it falls down, it would probably fall towards the houses.

“It’s out of keeping, it’s too big and it shouldn’t be there.”

He said it would ‘utterly ruin’ the surrounding area and was ‘a monstrosity’.

Cllr Chris Blades recommended the council refused the ‘quite grim’ scheme, and the motion was carried.

However, Cllr Bob Garner argued there was need for people to be ‘less precious’ about having phone masts near their homes, otherwise mobile phone signal will remain poor in parts of North Somerset.
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Source: North Somerset Times, Tom Wright, 23 Apr 2017

Furious residents say 'no' to 50ft phone mast plans in Tettenhall
United Kingdom Created: 23 Apr 2017
Furious neighbours have objected to plans for a 50-foot mobile phone mast being put up in their leafy suburb of Wolverhampton under new plans – despite objections from furious neighbours.

A petition has been handed to Wolverhampton City Council planners over the mast, set for Tettenhall, which would have three antennae, microwave dish and various equipment cabinets.

The site, on land owned by the Severn Trent Water, is close to homes on Manor Street and Limes Road, and sits within a wider residential area. Householders are worried the mast will have a ‘severe detrimental effect’ on their health and will spoil the look of the pretty upmarket neighbourhood.

A total of 26 objections have been received against the plans.

But planning officers are urging the council to grant planning permission for the structure, which they say is 30 yards from the nearest property on Limes Road and 80 yards from homes in Manor Street.

Conservative Councillor for Tettenhall and Wightwick, Wendy Thompson, said: “What’s important is how the residents view these things and very often these things are extremely unpopular. They can be very unsightly.

“I think it’s of the upmost importance the design that has been approved is one of the least unsightly and obtrusive as possible. “For example, There is one in the Claregate area I think is particularly unsightly, however, there is one on Yew Tree Lane which people walk past without ever noticing. Hopefully this design will be one like the latter.”

Four years ago, Tettenhall residents lost an appeal to stop a mobile phone mast following a long-running wrangle. They had argued a ‘beautiful gateway into the city’ would be ruined by the structure at the Wergs Garage site. A 49ft mast providing ‘emergency coverage’ was initially installed. And last September a towering phone mast installed by Vodafone, alongside the A41 Tettenhall Road, opposite The Newbridge pub, caused a storm of protest.

Planning officers say this latest application should not be turned down on health grounds because it met government guidelines on public exposure to radiation protection.

It is also believed by some councillors to address signal issues being faced by the emergency services when they enter the area.

Councillor Udey Singh who represents Tettenhall Regis ward said: “I hope that the telemast company have some consideration for the harm that can be caused by radiation in built up areas. However, I think, all things considered that this was necessary for the area - as I understand the emergency services found it difficult to retain signal in the area. I understand that some people have objected to the plans but if we think about it - it could be a matter of life and death if the emergency services don’t have signal so it is important we give them the tools to carry out their jobs.”

The say the proximity of a 47ft high tree within the site would minimise the visual impact on the look and character of the street, as the colour of the monopole would be green.

The council’s planning committee meets report to Tuesday.’s(25th) panning committee states: “Whilst residents have concerns on health issues, the proposal should not be refused on the ground of health as central government clearly states that the planning system is not the place for determining health safeguards.

“The proposed location of the monopole situated beside a 14m high tree, at a height of 15m and painted green is considered to be acceptable. The impact of the proposal on visual amenity is not to an extent to justify refusal.”

Leon Jeffs who works at Le Monde based on Upper Street, Tettenhall, said: “Well it depends exactly when it’s going to happen and what it’s going to look like.

“I understand that these things have to go up to improve phone signals, but I personally don’t have a problem with my signal when I’m at work.

“I think it needs to be made clear exactly what’s happening and when so that residents and people that work around here can have their say.”
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Source: Express & Star, 22 Apr 2017

BREAKING: City of Berkeley WINS in right-to-know case against CTIA (updated)
USA Created: 21 Apr 2017
Dear all, this is just breaking and no media outlets seem to have reported yet, but we have it on good authority that Berkeley has WON against CTIA in the case of requiring warnings to be displayed at cellphone points of sale.

Susan Foster just broke the news on Twitter (2017-04-21 7:40 PM, U.S. time):

The #9thCircuit just ruled on #CTIA v. City of #Berkeley, affirming Berkeley's right to #freespeech re #cellphone right to know precautions.

Source: https://twitter.com/Susan_Foster_/status/855476243793231872

Update: This seems to be the court ruling itself:
http://law.justia.com/cases/federal/appellate-courts/ca9/16-15141/16-15141-2017-04-21.html

We'll update here when more coverage is available.

Related news:
Jan 2017, USA: Judge in Berkeley cellphone-warning case has Conflict-of-Interest
Jul 2014, USA: Berkeley pushes for health warning stickers on cell phones
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Source: Twitter, Susan Foster, 21 Apr 2017

Italian court finds link between cell phone use and tumor
Italy Created: 21 Apr 2017
A longtime Telecom Italia employee has been awarded monthly social security payments after a court found that his brain tumor was caused by improper use of a company-issued cellphone.

Lawyer Stefano Bertone said Thursday that it was the first trial court verdict of which he was aware in the world "to recognize a link between cellphone use and the development of brain tumor."

Bertone said one factor that appeared to have contributed to the verdict was the refusal by the court's expert to accept into evidence studies that were funded by the telecom industry.

The legal reasoning behind the ruling, which was issued by a court in the northern city of Ivrea last month but only made public on Thursday, is expected to be released in the coming weeks.

The employee, Roberto Romeo, used the company cellphone for three hours a day for 15 years without taking any precautions, resulting in the non-cancerous tumor and the subsequent loss of hearing in one ear.

"The norms say intense use is one hour a day," Romeo told Sky TG24. "I went well beyond the limits."

Romeo sued the state social security agency, not Telecom Italia, where he still works. He said he is not against cellphone use, but that consumers should adopt safety measures. His lawyer said those could include reducing cel phone use and using specialized anti-radiation ear buds.

Under the ruling, Romeo will receive between 6,000 and 7,000 euros ($6,000-$7,500) a year, Bertone said.

The Codacons consumer protection agency says it is considering a class-action based on the Romeo decision to have cellphones carry health warnings in Italy, and also to have the health risks associated with cellphone use recognized generally by Italy's social security agency.

Bertone said that a 2012 decision by Italy's highest court awarding social security payments to a sales manager who was on a cellphone five or six hours a day helped paved the way for the ruling in his client's case. In the earlier case, the trial court denied the claim, but Italy's highest court accepted a link between excessive cell phone use and the manager's tumor.
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Source: Associated Press, COLLEEN BARRY, 20 Apr 2017

Italian Court sides with patient on cellphone link to head tumor
Italy Created: 21 Apr 2017
An Italian court has recognized the link between the appearance of a benign tumor of the brain and the excessive use of cell phone in a man who will have to receive a lifetime pension for the harm suffered.

The court ruling in Ivrea (North) on April 11, and released on Thursday, admitted a connection between the appearance of a neurinoma in a 57-year-old man whose work in a large company forced him To use his cell phone between three and four hours a day for 15 years.

This "judgment recognizes the causal link between inappropriate cell phone use and a brain tumor," the plaintiff's lawyers, Stefano Bertone and Renato Ambrosio, said. The judgment is, however, subject to appeal.

"We now believe that it is necessary to reflect on this problem and take appropriate measures," they added.

Their client had begun to feel the symptoms of his illness in 2010 in the form of a permanent ear-clogged sensation before an atrial neuroma was diagnosed.

"Fortunately, it is only a benign, but nonetheless disabling tumor. I had to undergo the removal of the acoustic nerve and I am deaf on the right side, "he said.

The expert appointed by the judge assessed his personal injury at 23% and sentenced the National Institute of Workmen's Compensation Insurance (INAIL) to pay him a lifetime indemnity of 500 euros per month.

Studies conducted to date around the world have not allowed scientists to come to a definitive conclusion about the possible links between cancer and cell phone use.

Gathered in Lyon in 2011 at the initiative of the World Health Organization (WHO), some thirty international experts considered that cellular use could be carcinogenic to humans and demanded that further studies be carried out On the intensive and long-term use of cell phones.

Meanwhile, they had advocated the use of "hands-free kits" and the practice of SMS.
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Source: LaPresse.ca, Andrew Michrowski, 20 Apr 2017

Samsung will start testing gigabit 5G fixed broadband in London and 11 US areas
United Kingdom Created: 20 Apr 2017
Samsung Electronics says it will start the UK's first 5G broadband network in central London, following earlier trials South Korea, China and Japan. In London, it will work with Arqiva, which is best known for DAB radio broadcasting. Arqiva has a licence to use the 28GHz spectrum across the UK, and will host a number of Samsung's 5G base stations.

Arqiva's CEO, Simon Beresford-Wylie, said: "Our trial with Samsung will demonstrate the enormous potential of 5G FWA as an alternative to fibre for delivering ultra-high speed connectivity to homes and businesses." He promised "1Gbps and significantly reduced latency (delay), along with super high reliability for mission critical applications."

Samsung also said it was working with Verizon to offer 5G access in the USA. It said customer trials will start in New Jersey, Massachusetts, Texas and Washington DC in April, "with a fifth location in Michigan starting trials later". Separately, Verizon said it "will begin offering 5G to pilot customers during the first half of 2017 in the following metropolitan areas: Ann Arbor, Atlanta, Bernardsville (NJ), Brockton (MA), Dallas, Denver, Houston, Miami, Sacramento, Seattle and Washington, DC" - a total of 11 areas. It needs to test performance in different topographies and areas where different building materials are used, for example.

Samsung said in a statement: "In pre-commercial testing started from early December last year, the 5G system demonstrated multi-gigabit throughputs at radio distances of up to 1,500 feet (500 meters) across each of the different environments selected for the customer trials."

Verizon said its 5G network was able to support 4K video streaming with fixed wireless access (FWA) equipment. In tests, it can deliver speeds of well over a gigabit per second.

Whether it can be done profitably is another matter.

In the UK, there have been several attempts to replace broadband with various types of FWA. The most recent failure was UK Broadband's Hong Kong-backed Relish, which signed up only 15,000 customers before being sold to Three for £250 million. According to the Financial Times, "Three justified the price tag by pointing to the valuable spectrum owned by UK Broadband, which will help set the company for a 5G launch in the future."

Samsung has invested heavily in 5G and owns a number of patents in the field. On February 19, it "announced the commercial readiness of its 5G RF Integrated Circuit (RFIC) which is an important component that will be used in the production and commercialization of next-generation base station and other radio access products."

The RFIC chip's availability is behind the new efforts to deploy 5G in the field.
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Source: ZDNet, Jack Schofield, 25 Feb 2017

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