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||Posted - 04/20/2021 : 08:26:54
I often drive through my town and measure with my EMF-390 the RF power density. I read in average between 0,2 – 2 mW/m2 but occasionally I get spikes up to 40 mW/m2. All in all nothing dramatic going on the streets of my town. But today I got a spike of 4793 mW/m2 !!! Is possible??? At the spot I measured this spike the cell tower antennas are located about 50 meters away from the street. Can a cell tower generate this kind of power from such distance? Or was it a malfunction of the EMF-390???
I’m wondering what is the highest RF power density the EMF-390 v2 is capable of measuring?
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||Posted - 01/28/2022 : 11:52:58
The maximum value can go up to 9999 mW/m2 or even higher.
||Posted - 01/27/2022 : 19:00:32
I'm getting the same peek reading of 4793 mw/m2
What is the max reading of the GQEMF-390
||Posted - 12/21/2021 : 13:44:03
Originally posted by MagaCity
But today I got a spike of 4793 mW/m2 !!!
Hi Rob, today I have also registered a spike of 4793 mW/m2.
In addition to that, another friend has got the same value of 4793 mW/m2 on three different days.
It is a really strange coincidence. Someone else got the very same value?
||Posted - 04/20/2021 : 08:59:15
at 50m 1m2 represents 0.0004 steradians
which would make a power density of 4.8Watts/0.0004sr = 12kW/sr
I think it cannot be produced by cellular antenna, I am not a specialist but it may be produced by TV relay antenna or long wave transmitters, no ideas.