Luna, Lynnette
February 2004
Mobile Radio Technology;Feb2004, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p45
Trade Publication
Reports on the adverse health effects of radio-frequency emissions on tower construction workers in the U.S. Suggestion that the improper use of personal protection units can give workers a false sense of security; Federal Communications Commission's mandate that all wireless and radio-frequency generating sites be fully compliant wit its environmental rules for evaluating the potential for human exposure.


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