When fully implemented, 5G will broadcast in the 30 to 70 Gigahertz (gHz) range. (4G goes up to 6gHz, and the FCC has reserved up to 30gHz for military and civilian aircraft use.) Another version called 5GE (E stands for evolution) is being widely used by AT&T, and the Shield is already capable of diluting that frequency. With the new antenna, the unit now provides dilution to 5G.
The antenna is a silver alloy deposited on a piece of Mylar. It is tuned to the 30 to 70 gHz frequency band. In a normal state, the chip is inactive and does not interact with operation of the Shield. When a signal in the 30 to 70 gHz range is received, the strip becomes active and causes a phase shift to the incoming signal. This phase shift causes the wave to reflect the 5G signal back in the direction from which it came. The antenna reflection area ranges from 10 to 50 feet depending on proximity to the source antenna.
Simply stick the strip on the back of the Mini Harmonizer. If you hold the paper up to the light, you will notice a small speck in the middle of the antenna; this is the chip.
The 5G antenna can be ordered as an add-on to any Mini Harmonizer.
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