ANFR, the French agency responsible for spectrum management, has announced the setting up of radiation monitoring in Marseille and Nantes, reports telecompaper. The sensors will detect radiation in the 80 MHz to 6 GHz band, encompassing FM radio, digital television, Wi-Fi and mobile telephony. However their main purpose is to measure exposure from 5G test antennae before commercial deployments later in 2020. The sensors will measure radiation ten times per day, with results published on the ANFR website. Read more.
French spectrum agency sets up 5G radiation monitoring: Autonomous sensors designed to measure exposure over time
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