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Millimeter waves
Panagopoulos, Dimitris J.. “Comments on Pall’s “Millimeter (MM) wave and microwave frequency radiation produce deeply penetrating effects: the biology and the physics”” Reviews on Environmental Health, vol. , no. , 2021, pp. 000010151520210090. https://doi.org/10.1515/reveh-2021-0090 Limited preview of this publication To the Editor, Pall [1] speaks of a “mechanism” by which Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs) exert forces on the...
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Photo by Cookie the Pom on Unsplash One has to be SPECIFIC about the frequencies when discussing 5G. 5G is a technology, or to be more accurate, a mixture of technologies. It can, and is transmitted at frequencies [bandwidths] previously occupied by earlier technologies. Therefore the common mistake to automatically assume that 5G is millimeter waves is wrong. Millimeter waves do...
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Photo by Dave Hoefler on Unsplash Topics Electrohypersensitivity Geneva Occupational Health Millimeter Waves Telehealth 3.5 GHz: Are health risks “unlikely” ? The Well Being of Children Robotics that could eventually fuse organic tissue with machines Robotics and Cyber Security Ionizing Radiation Latest on the Havana Syndrome Our April 2021 Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/emfsa/millimeter-waves “For the Safer Use of Technology”
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Foster KR, Laakso I, Chalfin S. Nonuniform Exposure to the Cornea from Millimeter Waves. Health Phys. 2021 May 1;120(5):525-531. doi: 10.1097/HP.0000000000001376. PMID: 33760769. Abstract This study examines the nonuniform exposure to the cornea from incident millimeter waves at 94-100 GHz. Two previous studies measured temperature increases in the rhesus cornea exposed to brief (1-6 s)...
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S. Romanenko, A. R. Harvey, L. Hool and V. P. Wallace, “Ex Vivo Effect of 60 GHz MMW radiation on Leech Neuron Intracellular Calcium Alteration,” 2020 IEEE Ukrainian Microwave Week (UkrMW), Kharkiv, Ukraine, 2020, pp. 612-616, doi: 10.1109/UkrMW49653.2020.9252579. Abstract: Multiple studies showed various effects of millimeter wave (MMW) radiation in biological objects [1]. The most common...
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Publisher: IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers S. Kim and I. Nasim, “Human Electromagnetic Field Exposure in 5G at 28 GHz,” in IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, vol. 9, no. 6, pp. 41-48, 1 Nov. 2020, doi: 10.1109/MCE.2019.2956223. Abstract: The fifth-generation wireless (5G) has already started showing its capability to achieve extremely fast data transfer, which makes...
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Zhao R, Liu Y, Liu S, et al. Apoptosis-Promoting Effects on A375 Human Melanoma Cells Induced by Exposure to 35.2-GHz Millimeter Wave. Technol Cancer Res Treat. 2020;19:1533033820934131. doi:10.1177/1533033820934131 Abstract Malignant tumors pose a major problem in the medical field. Millimeter wave (MMW) exposure have potential apoptosis-promoting effects on several types of tumors. Considering that the penetration...
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Steve Hart interviews Prof Dariusz Leszczynski about  5G Watch the video at the link below: https://www.nzptv.org.nz/videos/is-5g-safe?fbclid=IwAR2eUNCH45NzJQh26kflcnGIXahUlzSRl_8G4DdNnBQxZAm1jXMSnhBkIak  
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Friday 22 November, 2019 International Treaty Conference Identifies Spectrum to Make Innovative 5G Services a Reality for Consumers and Industry Globally London: The GSMA today welcomed the international spectrum treaty adopted by the World Radiocommunication Conference 2019 (WRC-19), which will unlock the potential for game-changing 5G services around the world. The conference, which has just concluded...
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Inefficient conversion of RF to digital and continuous connectivity issues are causing thermal problems, threatening signal integrity and reliability. MAY 7TH, 2019 – BY: KEVIN FOGARTY At this point there are many unknowns. Heat is just one more issue, although it is an important one. But how that gets resolved may depend on a lot of other...
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