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US National Toxicology Program Animal Study
February 2018 | Viewpoint

The US National Toxicology Program (NTP) has released its Draft Technical Reports1 on the results of its two-year studies of RF exposure on mice and rats. The results will be subject to a three-day scientific review meeting in March 2018, after which the final reports on the studies will be completed and released.


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Infographic: Wi-Fi in schools
October 2017 | Case Study

In August 2017, ARPANSA, the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency, published the study "Exposure to Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields From Wi-Fi in Australian Schools" which shows that exposure of children to electromagnetic fields generated by Wi-Fi in schools is extremely low.


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Risk Communication Guide for Mobile Phones and Base Stations
August 2017 | Brochure

Practical guidance and support on good risk communications practice for the mobile industry


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SAR Compliance
June 2017 | Viewpoint

Recent media reports in France have discussed the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) value of mobile phones and the exposure of users to radio frequency (RF) energy while using these devices. This viewpoint provides background and technical explanations on SAR and compliance.


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EMF Standardisation, Compliance and Certification Workshop
March 2017 | Brochure

New products placed on the European market from 13 June 2017 onwards need to comply with the RED requirements. Open questions remain with regards to the availability of harmonised standards and the implementation of new concepts such as ‘reasonably foreseeable conditions of use’.


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Small Cell RF Exposure Measurement Project RFP
September 2016 | Technical Paper

With the ever-increasing demand for data on mobile devices, network operators are looking at a range of options to increase their network capacity. One of these options is through the use of ‘small cell’ sites, an umbrella term for operator-controlled, low-powered radio access nodes.

While the radio-frequency exposure from small cells is equivalent to other low-powered equipment, there has been interest in undertaking a practical study of the devices in real world settings.

The Mobile Manufacturers Forum [www.mmfai.org] and the Small Cell Forum [ http://www.smallcellforum.org/ ] are requesting proposals from suitably qualified researchers to undertake such a measurement program with the view to having the results published in a peer-reviewed scientific journal for the benefit of the larger research community and all interested stakeholders.


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