TITLE

FDA's Advice Tests The Yawn Limit

AUTHOR(S)
Vaughan, Allyson
PUB. DATE
November 1999
SOURCE
Wireless Week;11/01/99, Vol. 5 Issue 44, p15
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the recommendation posted by the United States Food and Drug Administration to telephone handset manufacturers to design phones that minimize radio-frequency exposure to users. Comments by Rosemary Ravinal, a spokeswoman for Ericsson Mobile Phones on the recommendations; Opinion of Norman Sandler, director of global strategic issues for Motorola, on the recommendation.
ACCESSION #
2459945

 

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