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2020 ICNIRP Guidelines
April 2020 | Viewpoint

The International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) has published their updated exposure guidelines1. The ICNIRP Guidelines form the basis of many national regulations as well as the European regulatory framework on EMF.


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ANSES Opinion on SAR
October 2019 | Viewpoint

The recent publication by the French health agency ANSES on the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) value of mobile phones carried close to the body found that the scientific literature has not established any adverse health effects associated with their use. ANSES did encourage consumers “to comply with the operating instructions (regarding distance) mentioned by manufacturers in the instructions”. In their communication, ANSES also confirmed that “the electromagnetic radiation emissions from mobile telephones corresponded to a "worst case" situation, in which the device was emitting at maximum power throughout the test. In principle, this is not the case under real conditions or use.”


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5G: Health & Safety
August 2019 | Viewpoint

5G is the 5th generation of mobile networks, a significant evolution of today’s 4G networks. It is being designed to meet the very large growth in data and connectivity of today’s modern society, the internet of things with billions of connected devices and tomorrow’s innovations. In addition to delivering faster connections and greater capacity, a very important advantage of 5G is the fast response time referred to as latency, which for 5G will be around 1 millisecond which is virtually instantaneous. This enables the widespread connection of devices for our smart cities and homes, autonomous and safer vehicles, enhanced health care and education.


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SAR Compliance
August 2019 | Viewpoint

The SAR value is a measure of the amount of RF power absorbed by the body when using a mobile phone. Exposure limits have been set by expert scientists and provide for substantial margins of safety.


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Brussels & 5G
April 2019 | Viewpoint

The region of Brussels in Belgium introduced arbitrarily low EMF exposure limits more than a decade ago, which caused problems for 4G deployment and now threatens 5G with the delay of a planned pilot deployment. It should be noted that the EMF limits were introduced for political purposes and contrary to the advice of the World Health Organization which states: “Considering the very low exposure levels and research results collected to date, there is no convincing scientific evidence that the weak RF signals from base stations and wireless networks cause adverse health effects.”


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L'importance des mesures de contrôle qualité dans les études scientifiques
February 2019 | Viewpoint

Dans un document de Vijayalaxmia et Prihodab TJ , les auteurs ont examiné l'influence de quatre mesures de contrôle qualité qui sont idéalement associées aux études d'exposition à l'énergie des fréquences radio. Dans cette analyse particulière, ils ont évalué 225 publications dans la période 1990-2017, concernant 110 études sur des animaux et 115 études sur des cellules humaines exposées in vitro et in vivo à l'énergie des fréquences radio (concernant 2160 résultats de tests réels).


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