Germany Urges Caution In Wireless Use
- Public opposition expected to rise about RFR radiation. Polson, Peter // RCR;02/08/99, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p32
Forecasts public opposition to wireless telecommunications in the United States as a result of their concern over radio-frequency radiation (RFR). Earlier claims made that handheld cellular phones cause fatal diseases; Problems with base-station siting; Benefits received by wireless carriers...
- Angelos, Carlo join to head up research program. Silva, Jeffrey // RCR;02/28/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p1
Focuses on the radiation protection project conducted by lawyer Peter Angelos and researcher George Carlo in the United States. Implications on class-action lawsuits; Project initiation procedures; Calls for precautionary measures for wireless handheld devices by Metrocall Inc.; Food and Drug...
- The Net next door. Fox, Barry // New Scientist;11/24/2001, Vol. 172 Issue 2318, p22
Features the mesh radio, a type of high-capacity wireless network. Details on conventional wireless data system; Plan of system trials in several countries; Concerns over radiation health effects.
- Litigation frenzy hits wireless. Silva, Jeffrey // RCR Wireless News;1/22/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p1
Reports on the health-related litigation against the wireless industry in the United States. Decision of lawyer Peter Angelos to handle the mobile phone-cancer lawsuit in Maryland; Rejection of the industry's efforts to dismiss lawsuits in Illinois and Louisiana; Expectation for a decision on a...
- ValidaciÃ³n de la herramienta CellGis para simular propagaciÃ³n de ondas de radio en redes de telefonÃa celular. Beltrán Blanco, Aura Liliana; Ortega Boada, Homero; Forero F., Celso Andrés; Rodríguez S., César Camilo // Iteckne;07/01/2011, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p193
One of the principal needs nowadays in colombia is in the field of wireless network planning, given this situation the gisgerram project has the aim to create a telecommunications service that allows network planning from cellular antennas via a remote server, however to be able to achieve this,...
- Healthy advice for wireless telecoms. Tanner, John C. // Telecom Asia;May98, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p4
Editorial. Comments on the potential health risk of the radio frequency (RF) radiation of wireless telecommunication equipment. Remarks from a spokesperson of a telecommunication company on the safety standards within their markets.
- Base station planning isn't simple. Kinley, Harold // Mobile Radio Technology;Feb2004, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p30
Discusses the key factors to consider when planning and implementing a base station in the U.S. Need for the location to provide coverage of the desired area utilizing the available effective radiated power; Limiting factor in the range of a base station.
- Checker Reads Cellular Radiation. Kumar, A. // Microwaves & RF;Feb2005, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p76
Deals with the use of radiation checkers to measure the radiation levels from wireless handsets. Design of radiation checkers; Principles of operation; Effectiveness in measuring cellular-handset radiation.
- Don't Hang Up Yet. Adams, Jonathan // Newsweek (Atlantic Edition);10/13/2003 (Atlantic Edition), Vol. 142 Issue 15, p6
Comments on a study on mobile phone use. Dutch technological research institute (TNO) study which suggests low level radiation causes subjective complaints; Comparison of radiation from handsets to radiation from cell-phone towers; Reaction from John Moulder, professor of radiation oncology at...