Thousands of these satellites are being deployed, which can be used for cellular communication and surveillance. In addition, these satellites have the potential to be part of a 6G grid to ensure constant frequency connection for AI drones, machines, robots, and act as a backhaul compliment to 5G.
Starlink uses a microwave band (Ka) between 10.7 and 12.7 gigahertz to beam internet to user terminals on the ground (though higher bands are used as well (Ku, E-band) up to 42.5 GHz). The satellites are 550 kilometers from ground. The beam of Starlink is similar to HAARP, which allows it travel far distances. The frequency of Starlink varies from 10.7-12.7 GHz, 17.8-18.6GHz, 18.8-19.3GHz, and 37.5-42.5GHz are used for satellite to gateway transmissions. (Starlink is unable to use 5G millimeter waves due to limited reach of millimeter waves (300-500 feet).)
EMF Radiation Meter Testing Findings at Rural House:
Base line EMF radiation reading at house location (away from satellite/WiFi sources): 0.10 V/m Peak Signal (Safe Level: below 0.50 V/m Peak Signal (BioInitative, Building Biology))
Reading at Starlink Cellular Satellite on roof of house: 1.81 V/m Peak Signal
Reading at Starlink WiFi Modem in office at house: +6.0 V/m Peak Signal (distance of 8/9 feet before noticeably decreasing to mid-lower extreme EMFradiation levels).
Recommendation: When using office, shield Starlink modem with metal mesh to limit EMF radiation exposure by around 75%.
Overall, the Starlink cellular satellite service is increasing overall environmental EMF radiation as represented by the 18x increase in EMF radiation at satellite dish. When combined with 6G, these readings will increase in excess of 100 times.