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The impact of arbitrary EMF exposure limits in Brussels
February 2013 | Viewpoint

Some European countries, including Belgium have implemented arbitrary EMF exposure limits. These measures appear to have been taken solely for political reasons in response to claims made, with no scientific basis, by a small but vocal number of individuals.


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Mobile Abstracts
January 2013 | Research Update

Scientific publications relevant to mobile telephony - January 2013


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EMF Policy Facts: Principality of Liechtenstein - EMF Exposure Limits
September 2012 | Viewpoint

The Principality of Liechtenstein is sometimes referred to as having adopted a very low (0.6V/m) EMF exposure limit for mobile communication base stations, however this is incorrect. The Principality of Liechtenstein set RF EMF exposure limits identical to Switzerland.


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LTE - Fourth Generation Mobile Communications
August 2012 | Brochure

To cater for the enormous growth in the transfer of wireless data, fourth generation (4G) mobile communications devices and networks are being introduced. Long Term Evolution, or LTE as it is referred to, is a standardized technology that has been designed to offer greater over the mobile network to address the increasing data demands of mobile devices. LTE uses the latest antenna technologies to transmit data in different ways than previous generations of mobile communication technologies and is also extremely efficient in its use of the available This brochure is designed to help answer any questions relating to health and safety that you may have in relation to this technology.


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Implications for Mobile Communications Infrastructure of Arbitrary Radio Frequency Exposure Limits
October 2010 | Technical Paper

RF measurements near base station sites show that public exposures to radio signals are typically hundreds or even thousands of times below the accepted international safety recommendations. However, public concern over the deployment of this infrastructure in some countries has led to the adoption of arbitrary restrictions, such as lower national exposure limits. These restrictions are not based on a clear scientific rationale taking into account the weight of research. Such measures provide no additional health protection for the community but they do have a real impact on efficient network deployment and operation. This paper examines the technical and public policy implications of arbitrarily lower RF limits.


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Audio & Video
Mobile Communications and Health
May 2010 | Video

While mobile communications are certainly transforming our lives with the enormous benefits that they provide, we recognise that some people would like to learn more about the health and safety aspects of these technologies and this video was produced for this purpose.





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