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Re: [TCML] rf safety

I think the most important thing, which I quote often from this standard,
is annex B

"A review of the extensive literature on RF biological effects, consisting
of well over 1300 primary peer
reviewed publications published as early as 1950, reveals no adverse health
effects that are not thermally
related (except for electrostimulation discussed in B.2.4). This conclusion
is consistent with those reached
by other scientific expert groups and government agencies including..."


On Wed, Feb 19, 2014 at 12:30 AM, Jim Lux <jimlux@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Here's the sort of ultimate reference work
> https://standards.ieee.org/findstds/standard/C95.1-2005.html
> free to download, has pages of analysis of the literature for every
> conceivable exposure, both radiated and conducted.
> The wrist/ankle thing might be in there, but the original place I saw it
> was in a USAF report on RF Safety, which I am still looking for.  My
> google-fu is failimg me.
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