From allowing participation in 5g construction to banning it, the UK government’s emergency reversal of Huawei’s policy last month could delay the launch of 5g in the country by as much as three years and increase the cost by 2 billion pounds. But compared with the delay and additional cost of emergency service network (ESN) deployment, this is not much. According to foreign media reports, the deployment of new public security, ambulance and fire communication infrastructure will not be completed until 2022 at the earliest – at least five years behind the original completion time. The cost of implementing the project is now expected to be 9.3 billion pounds – 3 billion pounds higher than the original forecast, equivalent to an increase of about 50%. < p > < p > ESN was first proposed in 2013. It aims to replace the existing issue reported in the summer of airwave wireless, when police dealing with riots across England claimed they could not use the system and had to resort to using personal mobile phones. The multiple delays of the < / P > < p > Project mean that when it comes online, it may be a generation behind the times. EE claims to have 5g connectivity in 100 UK towns and is growing. < / P > < p > the UK government’s decision to strip the supplier’s equipment from the 5g network has not spread to 4G and 3G networks that already contain its equipment. Oliver Dowden, the UK Minister of digital, culture, media and sports, explained that over time, 5g will become an alternative network, and in the future 5g will be replaced by 6G. In all this, China will no longer exist. < / P > < p > where it will not be absent is the ESN infrastructure – apart from the urgent need for updated technology in the economic services sector, the project can hardly afford more delays and higher costs. < / P > < p > the chairman of the committee, Andrew dismore, a Labour MP from Barnett and Camden, recently wrote to Andy roe, London’s fire commissioner, seeking his views on “the future impact of the government’s Huawei ban on ESN, including its expected duration, impact on its financial condition and safety issues”. In his letter, he said that while it was necessary to replace the “outdated” wireless infrastructure, “it would be worrying if our emergency services shifted to a system based on technologies that are short-lived and have security issues.”. < / P > < p > dishmore told publictechnology that there were problems with the fire department’s existing communication systems, including the airwave terminal used to connect the control room and staff, and the “fireground” radio, which allows responders to contact colleagues on a completely separate channel. < / P > < p > “the airwave system is quite out of date and beyond its normal life, as the emergency service network has been delayed and over spent by 3 billion pounds.” He said, “it needs to be replaced, but what are the risks?” < / P > < p > “are we going to continue with systems that are obsolete in a few years? I’m just tagging it because I don’t think anyone has thought about it. ” He added. < / P > < p > the UK home office, which oversees the nationwide implementation of ESN, believes that changes to Huawei’s policy will have a “low impact” on the launch of the network. No further delays are expected from the Department at this time.