ANTENNAS’ POLLUTIONMixell González Rodríguez  & Cristo Daniel Negrín          OrtegaTEAM 4
PROBLEMSThe weight of the antennas on the roof.
PROBLEMSThe electromagnetic waves produce adverse effects.
PROBLEMSAntennas can produce terrible headaches.
PROBLEMSAntennas can produce insomnia.
PROBLEMSAntennas can get the needle and affect the normalfunctioning cryptochrome in bees, kill birds and otherwilld anima...
SOLUTIONS: ANTENNAS MUSTN’T BE PLACED NEAR     YOUR HOUSE,FIELDS OR ANIMALS . SOME CHURCHES ARE SOMETIMES USED INSTEAD.
SOLUTIONS   Use a shift     antenna for portable mobile    phones.   Fractal Technology used by TELNET Intelligent    Ne...
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  1. 1. ANTENNAS’ POLLUTIONMixell González Rodríguez & Cristo Daniel Negrín OrtegaTEAM 4
  2. 2. PROBLEMSThe weight of the antennas on the roof.
  3. 3. PROBLEMSThe electromagnetic waves produce adverse effects.
  4. 4. PROBLEMSAntennas can produce terrible headaches.
  5. 5. PROBLEMSAntennas can produce insomnia.
  6. 6. PROBLEMSAntennas can get the needle and affect the normalfunctioning cryptochrome in bees, kill birds and otherwilld animals, cows, which give me milk and havereproductive problems.
  7. 7. SOLUTIONS: ANTENNAS MUSTN’T BE PLACED NEAR YOUR HOUSE,FIELDS OR ANIMALS . SOME CHURCHES ARE SOMETIMES USED INSTEAD.
  8. 8. SOLUTIONS Use a shift antenna for portable mobile phones. Fractal Technology used by TELNET Intelligent Networks, the family of COMPACT antennas , allows a very low visual impact, because it can be integrated into the same radome radiating elements to serve up to four operators. Refuse to accept a lot of money to place an antenna in your field .

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