Applying pressure is a more general term than pushing, and is basically anything that prevents the enemy from simply doing whatever they want.
Ultrasound is defined by the American National Standards Institute as "sound at frequencies greater than 20 kHz". In air at atmospheric pressure, ultrasonic waves have wavelengths of 1.9 cm or less.
More control on the field (e.g. focusing the acoustic energy in specific locations) can be achieved using Phased Arrays of ultrasonic Transducers (PATs)10,12,28,29,30,31.
The single most important fact about 5G that nobody is talking about is called “phased array.”
Base stations have to be very close together—100 meters apart in cities—and they have to blast out their signals in order to get them inside homes and buildings.
And the only way to do this economically is with phased arrays and focused beams that are aimed directly at their targets.

What happens to birds that fly through the beams, the FCC does not say.

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