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# Posted: 14 Sep 2011 21:23

On June 29, 2011, One of the largest commercial tests of white space Wi-Fi was conducted in Cambridge, England. The trial was conducted by Microsoft using technology developed by Adaptrum and backed by a consortium of ISP's and tech companies including Nokia, BSkyB, the BBC, and BT, with the actual network hardware being provided by Neul. In the demonstration, the Adaptrum whitespace system provided the broadband IP connectivity allowing a client-side Microsoft Xbox to stream live HD videos from the Internet. Also as part of the demo, a live Xbox/Kinect video chat was established between two Xbox/Kinect units connected through the same TV whitespace connection. These applications were demonstrated under a highly challenging radio propagation environment with more than 120 dB link loss through buildings, foliage, walls, furniture, people etc. and with severe multipath effects.[22]

So, the range can be 62 miles.

# Posted: 14 Sep 2011 21:28

For the record, I posted this.

# Posted: 15 Sep 2011 00:07

Charles, can you explain what "white space wi-fi" is, and how it differs from standard wi-fi? I assume this experiment is to create a more reliable distribution of internet/data than relay masts, which appear to have a very restricted range (if what they say to justify the millions of masts is true of course!).


# Posted: 16 Sep 2011 10:43

Hello Ericgeneric.

No, no, no to answer your questions.

First, this goes much farther than normal signals, about 60-100 km.

White noise means the free space between noe unused channels between television channels.
It is proven, that these systems do cause disturbances and interferences and interruptions with TV.
The normal analogue TV channels, which are not in use anymore, will be used by this.

# Posted: 29 Oct 2011 17:48


I am looking for an advice. I live near an UMT phone mast with 2100 mhz speed. my distance is about 50 metre from the mast. I have severe pulsing tinnitus, and can't use mobile phone without a migraine head aches; can't use trains or buses where people uses wi fi's and phones. I get head aches first like a metal piece is stuck to my head. Then I start getting confused, difficulty balancing myself whilst walking, can't concentrate etc. My GP cannot connect my symptoms to a mobile phone. For the last one year I used my mobile phone for internet for about eight hours a day. I got rid of it now. Any advice on how much I might be receiving radiation etc. WHich meter would be best to buy? Can't afford an expensive one. thanks serena

# Posted: 31 Oct 2011 17:33


Send us an email to:
contact {-at-} mast-victims.org
(replace {-at-} with @)
and we can put you in touch with "ES" who knows an engineer who can measure radiation for you.

# Posted: 2 Nov 2011 12:19

Where I live in Australia there is really something wrong in our area, because since digital TV came in I have been suffering from extreme tinnitus and burning all my face, eyes, mouth, tonge, arms, legs, and feet.

# Posted: 2 Nov 2011 12:21

Hi henrik, due you know anyone in Queensland, Australia to do a check of ES?

# Posted: 2 Nov 2011 17:49

Dr. Cornelia Waldmann-Selsam and Dr. Christine Aschermann and Dr. Markus Kern
Adverse Health Effects from the Operation of Digital Broadcast Television Stations (DVB‐T)

Digital TV affects me too.

# Posted: 14 Nov 2011 01:13


Very informative article. Very, very upsetting. Clearly, human health is not a factor in government and industry decisions to unleash harmful wireless, WI-FI, and digital TV frequencies into the public airspace. Frequency bands are being wrecklessly snatched up like a Wild West land grab. Clearly the rights of these companies promoting untested technologies are being given priority over human rights to health and property. Clearly, the people need to become informed in order to take decisive action. They need to know that what they can't see or hear, can hurt them.

The article said that Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplex Modulation is being used. Quote: "The fundamental principle of this type of modulation works by spreading the information across several thousand carrier frequencies directly adjacent to each other. A channel is 7.8 MHz wide. The amplitude also changes constantly."

This is horrific. Add these frequencies and pulses to the air space already being blanketed with Radio Tower Transmissions, Pirate Radio Transmission, Military and weather Radar, Cell Phone Mast every few blocks, WI-FI routers everywhere, and Smart Meters.

So the "BURNING" quesrtion is, (and I mean skin burning questions) what, if anything, can a person do to minimize their exposure to these pulsed modulated digital television frequencies? Will RH protective fabrics and materials that go up to 50dB shield the frequencies adequately? Does it even help to not have a Digital TV or is the Digital TV Broadcast Station blanketing everyone for miles in any given municipality? How many kilometers away from a Digital TV Transmitter would a person have to be to be considered safe? What is the average range of a Digital TV Broadcast Station? What frequency bands are being used? Would a typical RH meter pick these frequencies up?

Lot of questions, if anyone is so inclined to touch on the subject, or provide further information on Digital TV, it would be appreciated.

C. Johnson

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