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This page is to help people have a better understanding about Radio
Frequency ElectroElectra, Elector, Electron, Electric, Electors, Elect, Electrode, Elector's, Electra's Magnetic Radiation (RF and EMR) and the known health
risks in relation to Wireless Networking Equipment.

This page is not to try and put forward my own opinions on the
subject, but rather to point to as much information I could find to
help people come to their own conclusions.

If further information is found by others, please feel free to add or
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GENERAL RESEARCH ON EMREMIR, EMT, EM, MR, ER, EMA, EMU, ERR, EMF, EMS, EUR, EAR, EM'S, E'ER HEALTH RISKS

One good place for publication on general research on this subject is
EMREMIR, EMT, EM, MR, ER, EMA, EMU, ERR, EMF, EMS, EUR, EAR, EM'S, E'ER Network RF Research [1]

WIRELESS NETWORKING INDUSTRY OPINION

* WLANA-Wireless Networking Industry [2]
* EnterasysEntreats, Entreaty's, Entrusts, Entraps, Interests, Entrails, Entry's, Entryways, Enteritis, Entrees, Entreaties, Enterprises, Interest's, Enuresis, Entrances, Entropy's, Entries, Enteritis's, Entirety's, Entryway's, Enterprise's, Inveteracy's, Entrance's Networks WhitepaperWhite paper, White-paper, Wastepaper, Notepaper, Whitecap, Wallpaper [3]
* CiscoDisco, Crisco, Cuzco, Rosco, Fiasco, Wisc, Disc, Misc, Sicko, Circe, Cissy, Circa, Isacco, Soc, Sic, Scow, Xis, Isac, Civic, Sics, Moscow, Roscoe, SC, Sc, Sick, Cicero, Scissor, Sis, NSC, Assoc, Circus, Biscay, Cesaro, Miscue, Cece, Ceca, Fisk, Isak, Sacco, Cask, Cyst, Disk, Masc, Risk, Xi's, Zinc, Sask, Cesar, Sissy, Cigar, Ciggy, Sc's, Cy's, Si's, Cissy's, Circe's Systems [4]

One of the best places to find documents, and opinion on this subject
is of course GoogleGo ogle, Go-ogle, Goggle, Googly, Gogol, Giggle, Gaggle, Gargle, Gurgle, Joggle, Googlies, Gogol's [5].

Conclusions:

On reading some of the articles mentioned above, it could be said the
risks of health problems being caused by Wireless Networking Equipment
that you can buy off the shelf would be much lower than that posed by
Mobile Phones for instance.
One article I have read suggests to find a safe distance, a good
guide is to give an inch of space for every watt of power used.

Of course, as others have raised it is not possible to look at this
issue in such simple terms and neither should it be when it concerns
people's health.

Other articles make reference to the World Health Organisation still
reserving judgement on this issue and suggesting another four years of
research before conclusions can be reached.

It would be prudent for people to look at the information that is
freely available on this subject and make their own conclusions.
Please do not be restricted to those areas listed on this page. They
are only meant to be a place to start.

Steven Anderson

OTHER LINKS OF INTEREST

* Wired article [6]
* A story [7]

COMMENTS

* just the fact that the guide is 1" for every Watt (max eirpEarp, Eire, euro, RIP, Rip, rip, Eur, emir, ER, Er, Ir, Erie, RP, Corp, burp, corp, gorp, warp, EDP, ERA, ESP, Erl, Erv, IRA, IRS, Ira, Irv, Kip, Pip, VIP, air, dip, ear, era, ere, erg, err, esp, hip, imp, ire, irk, kip, lip, nip, pip, sip, tip, yip, zip, chirp, Earl, Eyre, Harp, Kipp, airs, airy, carp, earl, earn, ears, harp, tarp, Eur's, e'er, Er's, Ir's, Earp's, air's, ear's in oz -
4W = 4") makes this kind of a non-issue unless you wear your antenna
on your head.

* Take care also with "point contact" RF burns...although not really
an issue, if you touch the inner conductor of the coax lead that is
live with RF, then you can get a localised RF burn.



Links:
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[1] http://www.emrnetwork.org/research/research.htm
[2] http://wlana.com/learn/health.htm
[3]
http://www.enterasys.com/technologies/wireless/health-wpaper0499.html
[4]
http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/cc/pd/witc/ao340ap/prodlit/rfhr_wi.htm
[5] http://www.google.com/search?q=802.11+health+safety+2.4
[6] http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,49842,00.html
[7] http://www.webreslist.com/opf/stories/4020.shtml

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