Better Safe Than Sorry

McGee, Wesley
February 2002
Wireless Week;2/25/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 8, p3
Trade Publication
Comments on the action taken by governments around the world to address the issue of the safety of electromagnetic emissions (EME) from wireless telecommunications. Regulatory debate and action design to toughen EME safety standard in European countries; Questions that should be considered by infrastructure providers and carriers on EME safety issue; Importance of a good program of action.


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