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’.
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.
July 2016 | Research Update
Scientific publications relevant to mobile telephony published in July 2016
July 2016 | Viewpoint
A recent report by the French health authority ANSES on the exposure of children to radio-frequency electromagnetic fields is the latest in a series of government and expert health reports that have looked into whether there is any evidence of adverse health effects for children from the use of mobile or wireless devices. The ANSES report, like those that preceded it, did not find such evidence.
July 2016 | Viewpoint
Une publication récente de l'Agence nationale de sécurité sanitaire française ANSES sur l'exposition des enfants aux radiofréquences des champs électromagnétiques est la dernière d'une série de rapports de gouvernements et d’experts de la santé qui ont cherché à déterminer s’il existe une preuve d'effets négatifs sur la santé des enfants utilisant des appareils mobiles ou sans fil. Le rapport ANSES, comme ceux qui l'ont précédé, n'établit pas de telles preuves.
June 2016 | Presentation
Introduction MMF Workshop on EMF Exposure Limits and Compliance Assessment of Future Wireless Devices Above 6 GHz by Kenneth R. Foster, Department of Bioengineering, University of Pennsylvania