In the process of being deployed, the new generation of 5G mobile networks does not present "any new risks", in view of the data currently available, estimated the National Health Security Agency (ANSES), this Tuesday, in a much awaited opinion on this controversial technology.

However, ANSES recommends continuing studies on exposure to waves in the frequencies currently deployed (3.5 GHz) and indicates that it does not have sufficient data to "conclude" on possible health effects of 26 GHz frequencies, also used for 5G but not yet allocated in France.


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