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||Posted - 04/16/2018 : 09:04:53
What is the safe RF range for human exposure?
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||Posted - 05/11/2019 : 22:37:02
Yes, these values are amazingly high as the standards setting bodies are miainly taking the industry view. eg. head of FCC in America is a telecoms lobyist appointed by Obama after giving a large donation to his political campaigning!
||Posted - 05/10/2019 : 12:28:56
All those levels seem very high.
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at 340 pW/cm2 = 0.033 V/M = 0.0034 mW/m2 at 2.4Ghz and 16.5Ghz.
New Salzburg 2002 precautionary indoor level is 100 pW/cm2 = 0.02 V/m = 0.001mW/m2 from modern pulse modulated ,microwave broad band above 1Ghz.
||Posted - 02/13/2019 : 10:36:53
Hi LeeE, the normal medium high is a reference by GQ.
||Posted - 01/23/2019 : 08:40:09
Are these the values that have been used to determine "Normal", "Medium". "High" etc levels as displayed by the EMF-380V2 meter?
||Posted - 05/06/2018 : 15:00:32
Maximum Permissible Exposure number form the FCC (2007)
||Posted - 04/25/2018 : 11:16:01
It depends on the frequency.
Basically, a microwave leaks around 10mw/cm2 few cm away give or take so you can make that as a reference (unhealthy). or you can measure RF few cm away your WiFi router also those values are not healthy.
This article will give you a more specific answer.