RF SAFE RANK



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SAR Rank Model Phone Head SAR % of 1.6 W/kg
Place
SAMSUNG GALAXY S22 ULTRA
1 18 W/kg 73.75% Legal Limit

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★★☆☆☆ HEAD (1g) BODY (1g) HOTSPOT (1g)
Cellular Only 1.18 W/kg 0.98 W/kg 1.22 W/kg
Simultaneous 1.55 W/kg 1.51 W/kg 1.58 W/kg

Head - Adult to Child SAR Approximations
SAR
SAR
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
Head SAR Test
73.75%
WARNING

Simultaneous Head Adult to Child SAR Approximations
SAR
SAR
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
Simultaneous Head SAR Test
96.88%
WARNING
WARNING
WARNING

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When evaluating SAR levels, it makes absolutely zero sense to consider a single result for anything at all.   Websites providing only head and body SAR values are simply following SAR guideline propaganda being pushed by the wireless industry that means nothing at all until “all of the test data” is properly analyzed and compared. Only then can these attributed phone power levels be summarised to investigate potential risks.  Covid has brought a clearer importance to the danger involved in looking only at only small set of data the industry wants you to see and only the part that makes them appear very compliant with regulations.

Well, the risk from phone radiation isn’t as simple as two numbers to give you a thumbs up or thumbs down, as the industry wants you to believe. This is precisely why there are six very important SAR FCC test summaries detailing exposure to the body and head. Now, a new SAR test is commonly performed on extremities, including hands and ears, at 10 grams rather than one gram of simulated body tissue.  This adds up to a minimum of seven SAR summaries based on many different measurements taken for each test.  Let’s not forget that Smartphones are not tested at the same distance as one another either because the FCC rules imply manufacturers may do their SAR testing up to 15mm from the body. After all, phones couldn’t fit in your pocket when the rules were created literally a quarter of a century ago!

So how does the consumer get value from knowing a very limited amount of SAR data which can only sometimes be found on a manufacturer’s website?

The answer is when phone SAR data is provided to you in a limited and preselected way it is absolutely worthless and presented out of its proper context when evaluating the safety of a cell phone.

 

 

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How many Warnings up to three per SAR test.  5 yr 10 yr Adult based on SAR percentages