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1.     Planetary electromagnetic pollution: it is time to assess its impact. 2.     Perception of Risk – Property values with nearby base stations and EMR-5G antennas have been reviewed by owners in New Zealand.                 3.     5G – There are a number of stages. 4.     Phones don’t meet the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) standard....
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Translated from German: Since Friday, new 5G-enabled mobile phones are expected at the International Consumer Electronics Fair (IFA) in Berlin. The new mobile radio standard links many positive expectations. At the same time, however, concerns about possible health risks are also expressed. In a press release, the Federal Office for Radiation Protection in Salzgitter provides comprehensive information on...
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V. Jeladze, T. Nozadze, I. Petoev-Darsavelidze & B. Partsvania (2019) Mobile phone antenna-matching study with different finger positions on an inhomogeneous human model, Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine, DOI: 10.1080/15368378.2019.1641721 Abstract The human head and hand being in the near-field zone of a mobile phone antenna can drastically influence the antenna matching with free space. The goal of the presented research...
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Credit for this post: https://itis.swiss/news-events/news/latest-news/ Excerpts: The unified SAR measurement standard IEC/IEEE 62209-1528 made another significant step towards publication last week at IEEE headquarters in Piscataway, New Jersey. The document is now heading to the FDIS (Final Draft International Standard) stage at IEC. Publication as a dual-logo standard is expected in the second half of...
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In a press release published on 27 February 2019, the French National Frequency Agency (ANFR) announced that it had requested and obtained an update from XIAOMI of two of its mobile phones, the Redmi Note 5 and the Mi Mix 2S, in order to ensure compliance with the limit value for specific absorption rates (SARs) located “head”...
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Annals of Telecommunications February 2019, Volume 74, Issue 1–2, pp 45–52  Nasim, I. & Kim, S. Ann. Telecommun. (2019) 74: 45. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12243-018-0696-6 Abstract While cellular communications operating at higher frequencies (i.e., above 6 GHz) have been attracting significant research interest, their potentially harmful impacts on human health are not studied as significantly. Few existing studies discussing the human health...
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Imtiaz Nasim, Seungmo Kim (Submitted on 10 Nov 2017) While cellular communications in millimeter wave (mmW) bands have been attracting significant research interest, their potential harmful impacts on human health are not as significantly studied. Prior research on human exposure to radio frequency (RF) fields in a cellular communications system has been focused on uplink...
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Phonegate Alert submits new comments on the peer review of the National Toxicology Program’s draft technical reports on cellphone radio-frequency radiation. In March 2018, the external peer scientists reviewers strengthened the conclusions of the NTP reports that found clear evidence of health harm from exposure to cellphone radiation in rats. The scientific knowledge of the...
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  https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0013935118302561 Highlights More cell phone radiation is absorbed by children’s inner brain tissues than adults’. -Children’s radiofrequency radiation exposure should be reduced. -Further research to evaluate the risks to the eye from use of VR is urgently needed. -It is biologically relevant and feasible to reduce the standards’ averaging volume. -Current methods to determine...
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Environ Res. 2018 May;163:208-216. doi: 10.1016/j.envres.2018.01.032. Epub 2018 Feb 22. Abstract In the interaction of microwave radiation and human beings, the skin is traditionally considered as just an absorbing sponge stratum filled with water. In previous works, we showed that this view is flawed when we demonstrated that the coiled portion of the sweat duct...
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