SV: specific absorption rate
jorgen.lidholm at gmail.com
Tue Sep 2 09:17:12 CEST 2008
I just read a list of cell phones and their radiation levels.
The worst phones were:
Sony Ericsson T650 1,80
Sony Ericsson W880 1,45
Sony Ericsson Z1010 1,41
Sony Ericsson W950 1,35
Motorola SLVR L6 1,33
The best models were:
LG Chocolate KG800 0,12
Samsung SGH-X830 0,12
Motorola MPx200 0,12
LG KG245 0,12
LG KG320S 0,13
These values are from a Swedish magazine.
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> > i was looking through planet earlier, when i saw this blogpost, which
> > i'm sure others of you have read:
> > http://blogs.thehumanjourney.net/finds/entry/20080901
> The Neo FreeRunner SAR tests at 1.07 W/kg GSM and 1.17 W/kg DCS. I would
> say that's average, on the high side.
> The legal limit 1.6 W/kg in the US, 2 W/kg in the EU, and really few on
> the market get below 0.3.
> I guess that having a setting to limit the radiations emissions at the
> expense of radio sensitivity would be a Good Thing. Open Source choice is
> better for your health. That's has a different convincing power than `you
> can choose whichever keyboard you like', yes ?
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