bernd wrote: ↑
Sun Apr 07, 2019 7:57 am
can't believe you realy need a 80 cm thick base plate
the foundation drawing above is taken from a parts-catalogue we got from Swisscom.
There are some predefined foundations we should use.
The problem is:
Nobody knows which foundation exactly was built, because Swisscom has no more detailled
CAD-drawings ore static calculations.
At the site, you only see the part above the ground. And we get no info about the ground,
for instance ground water-level. For the upgrade, we must use a fictional antenna system
with huge wind-loading, on the other hand we must "optimize" the static calculation. MMh...
At the moment, we estimate that more than 200 masts have to replace and build new.
Each site costs approx 150000 Swiss-franken. That means: there are 30 mio Franken more
cost which is not in the Swisscom-budget.
Was only a joke. I am not a doctor, but I think thats not the main problem.
On youtube, there are a lot of videos who tell you that the new 5G antennas run on
very high frequencies up to radar range. But thats not true. The "normal" LTE-Antennas
using up to 2 GHz, the actual 5G-Antenna Huawei AIR6488 runs up to 3,6 GHz.
I think the main problem with the "internet of things" is the (possible) surveillance.
A not so nice government can track your live...However