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Smartphones Listed By Lowest RF Radiation Levels (SAR Values) Sold In The USA (2024)

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What is SAR?

SAR (specific absorption rate) indicates the amount of radiation absorbed into the head/body when using a Smartphone; the higher the SAR rating, the more radiation is absorbed into the phone user’s body.

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Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)

A SAR value measures the maximum energy absorbed by a unit of mass of exposed tissue of a person using a mobile phone over a given time, the power absorbed per unit mass. SAR values are usually expressed in watts per kilogram (W/kg) units in either 1g or 10g of tissue.

Exposure Limits

In Europe, the European Council Recommendation 519/1999/EC for exposure guidelines has adopted the recommendations made by the International Commission on Non-Ionising Radiation Protection (ICNIRP Guidelines 1998). In the US, the FCC Federal Communications Commission enforces the radio frequency safety guidelines that all phones must meet before being sold in the US. Current reference standards and limits.

Region / Country – Reference to –
SAR measurement protocol
Reference to the SAR limit Limit
Europe European Specification
ES 59005 (1998)
ICNIRP Guidelines 1998
(ICNIRP 1998)
2.0 W/Kg in 10g of tissue
Australia Australian Communications Authority (ACA) Standard
(ACA RS 1999)
Australian Standard AS/NZS 2772.1 1.6 W/Kg in 1g of tissue
US Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
Guidelines (FCC 1997)
American Standard ANSI C95.1 (ANSI 1992) 1.6 W/Kg in 1g of tissue


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