Tag Archives: Specific Absorption Rate

iPhone SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) Ratings

Updated on January 18th, 2017 at 09:20 am iPhones   Apple Iphone 3G North America   Frequency Band IC 1g SAR Limit (W/kg) Body Ear GSM 850 1.6 1.030 0.521 GSM 1900 1.6 0.522 1.290 UMTS II 11.66 0.402 1.388 UMTS V 1.6 0.733 0.733 Wi-Fi 1.6 0.088 0.779   Apple Iphone 3G Europe   […]

ALARA Approach to providing protection from cell phone radiation

Updated on January 18th, 2017 at 09:23 am ALARA RF Safe Is The Future Of Safe Wireless Communication! In order to minimize the potential risks of biological effects associated with cell phone radiation, exposure limits and guidelines have been established. Even though there are exposure limits and administrative control levels, we strive to keep our […]

Why You Need Cell Phone Radiation Protection

Updated on January 18th, 2017 at 09:23 amCell Phone Radiation Protection Editors Note: Mobile phone radiation and health The concept of measuring safe levels of cell phone radiation exposure using a specific absorption rate (SAR) has been around for many years, but recent developments have test methods in question by the FCC for public safety […]

FACT: DNA Damage at below safe Cell Phone Radiation Levels

Updated on January 18th, 2017 at 09:24 am Readers are probably familiar with the idea of electrophoresis, although they may not know the term. The technique is used for DNA fingerprinting to determine paternity. In television documentaries we often see forensic scientists holding a small X-ray film with lines of bar-codes. These bars are the […]

New phone radiation study increased brain tumor risk for children

Updated on January 18th, 2017 at 09:25 amA shocking new cell phone radiation study conducted on adolescents and their cell phone usage asks the question, “Are children at increased risk of brain tumors already?” The conclusion of the study is even more shocking than the question because it implicates all children who use cell phones. […]

Government reassessment of cell phone SAR testing

Updated on January 18th, 2017 at 09:25 amReassessment of cell phone SAR levels testing Scientific research to date has not demonstrated adverse human health effects of exposure to radio-frequency (RF) energy from mobile phone use, but research is ongoing that may increase understanding of any possible effects. In addition, officials from the Food and Drug […]

Murray v. Motorola, Inc Cell Phone Radiation Liability

Updated on January 18th, 2017 at 09:26 amCell Phone Radiation Liability – Cell Phone Cancer Lawsuits UPDATE 11/23/2015: WSJ Reports Murray Cellphone Cancer Case May Cost Wireless Industry Over 1.9 Billion Dollars Federal law does not preempt claims against the cellular phone industry for injuries allegedly caused by the low radio frequency (RF) radiation emitted by […]

FCC Cell Phone Radiation Standard and Tort Immunity by Implied Conflict Preemption

Updated on January 18th, 2017 at 09:26 amFCC Cell Phone Radiation Standard and Tort Immunity by Implied Conflict Preemption I. Introduction [1] Cell phones emit low-level radiation.[1] Constantly.[2] [2] From 1992 to 1998, Dr. Christopher Newman used his cell phone for nearly 350 hours—about ten minutes per day.[3] When he developed a tumor on the […]

Reported Health Effects From Non-Ionizing RF Radiation

Updated on January 18th, 2017 at 09:26 amReported Biological Effects From Non-Ionizing Radio-frequency RF Radiation Low Level RF Radiation Health Concern The following studies indicate biological effects at cell phone rf radiation exposure levels which are far below what can be explained by “thermal effects”, and well within the range people are commonly exposed to […]

Cell Phones May Damage Nerves In The Scalp

Updated on January 18th, 2017 at 09:33 amCell Phones May Damage Nerves In The Scalp Reuters Journalist: Amy Norton August 15, 2000 As cellular phones become ubiquitous, their status as a possible health threat–either as a distraction to drivers or a potential cause of brain tumors–is gaining more attention. Now, investigators say there is evidence […]

Cell Phone Standards ‘Fail To Reflect Risk’

Updated on January 18th, 2017 at 09:36 amCell Phone Standards ‘Fail To Reflect Risk’ The Courier-Mail Journalist: Sean Parnell June 21, 2000   The Australian Senate has been told that mobile telephone standards in the country do not adequately reflect health risks.   On 20 June 2000, principal scientific officer at Sydney’s St Vincent’s Hospital, […]

FCC: Cell Phone Safety Tests Need Standards

Updated on January 18th, 2017 at 09:43 amFCC: Cell Phone Tests Need Standards Dallas Morning News October 23, 1999 U.S. regulators warned a technical panel Friday to promptly develop tests for determining safe levels of wireless phone emissions or face standards imposed by the Federal Communications Commission. Manufacturers such as Motorola Inc. and Nokia Oyj […]