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||Posted - 07/08/2020 : 03:55:18
i take measurements with GQ Emf 390 standing on different places towards a cell tower and i measure different averages on V/m , milli Gauss and Wattt/m2 .
Standing in position A i count greater average(v/m) than in position B in which i measure greater average mWatt/m2 than in position A !!
IS there any explanation for it ?
What is more accurate measuring the radiation of a cell tower ?
v/m or milliGauss or mWatt/m2
Can someone explain ?
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||Posted - 07/08/2020 : 11:54:40
The 2 units are both used in measuring RF. They just convert from 1 another. However, the EF in the unit with V/m measures electric field and not RF. So only use the RF mW/m2 when measuring RF frequencies with EMF-390.
||Posted - 07/08/2020 : 11:42:47
but there are official measurements measuring V/m and A/m converting them to W/m2 .. Take a look at https://is.gd/9Qe2YX . Allthough in Greek please use google translate to understand but measurements are in english . these are official measurements by government authorities .
Are they done in wrong way ?
Can you please clarify ?
||Posted - 07/08/2020 : 09:48:47
The V/m and mG and mW/m2 measure different signals. For a cell tower you should use mW/m2 to measure RF signals. For electric field like AC EF or static, use the V/m. and For low frequency electromagnetic field, use the EMF.