It is difficult to find enough suitable antenna sites for 5G and get the permits. The said Alexander Lautz, Senior Vice President 5G at Deutsche Telekom, September 19, 2019. "The problem now is that we will find enough locations to meet the requirements, and not everyone wants to have the location in their environment, which is a big issue."
Other countries are still there – for example, by providing state buildings for antenna construction. Or with dramatically shorter approval procedures. In the US, an application will be processed within 60 days. In Germany, a permit would take an average of 18 months.
On the subject of mobile phone radiation Lautz said: "We have antenna masts with 2G, 3G, 4G and now 5G." The Federal Network Agency clearly states per location how high mobile phone radiation may be combined with all the carriers that are in there. " Telekom is sticking to these values - in the past and in the future.
It is always important how high the antenna is and how much distance it has to the people. "We will not exceed the limits by 5G, so if a location is near the limit and 5G would be over powering, then we'll need to build the location higher,"stressed Lautz.
This coming Sunday organizes the environmental and consumer organization Diagnosis: radio along with the European Citizens' Initiative against 5G mobile radio a demonstration train through the Berlin government district and a rally in front of the Reichstag building. There, speakers and participants call for a moratorium on the development of 5G mobile telephony and the precautionary principle with regard to health protection and mobile phone radiation. In the Bavarian Hohenpeissenberg there are first municipal councils, the Reject 5G, This serves as a role model for the 5G opponents.