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Case Studies

The following case studies have been prepared to provide more detailed information on the following topics that are frequently cited or discussed. These include:

SAR: All mobile phone models and other relevant devices are tested to make sure they meet national and international exposure limits for exposure to radiofrequency emissions, before they can be sold in each market. This case study details how SAR is measured and reported.

Austria: The "Salzburg milliwatt" is often cited in discussions about lower RF limits. This case study provides some background on the RF limits in Austria as well as the background to the political demand for such a limit as well as the situation that exists today.

Switzerland: Switzerland is often cited as an example of a country that has adopted lower limits. This case study examines the generally applicable RF limits in Switzerland as well as the limits that apply in special circumstances.