Radiation emitted from 5G technology safe: MCIT

Radiation emitted from 5G technology safe: MCIT
Radiation emitted from 5G technology safe: MCIT

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - RIYADH — The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) confirmed that the emitted electromagnetic waves and the effects of modern radio communication waves, including fifth-generation networks, does not adversely affect the human body, health and environment and is safe.

The Ministry, after summarizing the results of medical studies and research collected until the time of preparing the report, indicated that there is no correlation or scientific evidence to prove adverse health effects or general risks to human health and the environment by radio-electromagnetic waves.

The Ministry added that more studies are being conducted around the world by relevant organizations, and a more conclusive outcome could then be detailed.

The ministry pointed out that the electromagnetic radiation emitted by radio waves used in wireless communications for the fifth generation technology will not exceed the levels of electromagnetic radiation of the current fourth generation technology.

The fifth generation networks aim to provide high speed and low latency factor to support the increasing demand for communication services. — SPA


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