Cell phone radiation faqs

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Some of the most commonly asked FAQs about cell phone radiation- answered!

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Cell phone radiation faqs

  1. 1. The radiation emitted from your phone is mainly caused by how much energythe phone needs to use to pick up a signal. So, by using your phone isAirplane Mode you are effectively mitigating the risks you may experiencefrom mobile phone usage.Airplane mode turns off all the radios in your phone into an iPod with noconnectivity at all. -Mark Lerner, TawkonAs such, whatever the risks of radio might be, putting it in airplane modedisables the radio so there is zero risk. -Rupert Baines, VP Marketing at Mindspeed
  2. 2. Mobile phones work omnidirectionally.If you were to cover yourself from incoming waves, your phone wouldnt workanymore. If these products really worked, youd have a drop in signal so highthat the phone would drop connectivity (Faraday cage) -Razvan Baba, electronics engineer
  3. 3. No.All mobile devices follow the same WHO rules on emissions and all are safe(as far as we knoew from all current scientific understanding). -Rupert Baines, VP Marketing at Mindspeed
  4. 4. The whole point of a cell phone is to radiate. Thats howit sends your voice to the cell phone tower.To get a cell phone to stop radiating, youd have to wrapit entirely in aluminium foil. At which point you could juststick a brick in your pocket instead, because the cellphone would be useless.It actually takes a few layers of aluminium foil toattenuate the signal enough to be completely useless. -Joshua Engel, Polymath
  5. 5. Any conversation where you hold something to your head in a generallyunnatural and uncomfortable position, and that lasts an hour (ie, probablytiring and stressful) could cause a headache. -Torlyn Holstein, Forensic pathologistIt is more likely to be caused by the concentration you devote to thediscussion. Secondly, the volume may be a bit loud. -Taffy Williams CEO of Colonial Technology Development Co
  6. 6. www.theradiationdoctor.wordpress.com

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