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Blog News
The Importance of Quality Control Measures in Scientific Studies
September 2021 | Viewpoint

While there are many studies that have investigated the exposure to EMF over the years, there are also many that have utilized poor techniques and design. The importance of adopting quality control measures have been highlighted in a number of papers and reviews of the literature - several of which are summarised in this Viewpoint.


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Comparing Base Station Exposure Levels
September 2021 | Viewpoint

Electromagnetic Field (EMF) exposure levels from mobile base stations have been measured by operators and national regulators on a regular basis over the years and assessed in a number of studies. This Viewpoint details the results of those studies which all show that base station exposure levels at ground level are only a fraction of ICNIRP recommendations.


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Environmental Health Trust, et al. v. FCC Litigation
September 2021 | Viewpoint

This Viewpoint provides an overview of the recent decision of the DC Court of Appeal in EHT v FCC regarding the Commission's RF Exposure Limits.


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Brussels & 5G
August 2021 | Viewpoint

The Brussels Capital Region in Belgium introduced arbitrarily low EMF exposure limits more than a decade ago, which caused problems for both 4G and 5G deployment. While the limits have now been increased they still lack any scientific rationale and remain below the limits recommended by the World Health Organization.


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SAR Measurement Conservativeness
July 2021 | Viewpoint

This Viewpoint discusses the conservativeness of the measurement standards and how in real life devices operate at significantly lower power levels than those in testing.


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How RF Exposure Limits are Derived
July 2021 | Viewpoint

This Viewpoint provides a brief overview of the process followed by ICNIRP and IEEE in developing their RF Exposure standards including the role of reduction factors.


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