Cell Phone Radiation
Cell Phone Radiation is generated when a cell phone send and receive signals to and from a cell phone tower. A Cell Phone is basically a microwave radio that send and receive communication signals.
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In order for phones to function correctly, the cell carrier signal generates two types of radio frequency (RF) waves: a “near-field” plume and “far-field” plume.
Dangers of the Near-field Plume
The RF field of concern is the near-field plume. This field is generated by the cell phone and extends outwardly for several inches from the cell phone’s antenna.
The amount of RF energy emitted is determined by several factors
- The design of the phone
- The amount of power that is necessary to effectively transmit the signal to the cell tower
- The more power needed and used, the farther the plume radiates
- The farther the plume radiates, the more dangerous the RF waves potentially become.
Repeated exposure to high levels of RF energy can create unwanted damage to the body. Damaging to the proteins in the cells of the brain is a potential danger. This can disrupt the communication mechanisms necessary for the health of the cells of the brain. When cells can’t communicate with each other properly, normal cell and tissue function can be impaired.
Rest assured, there is a way to protect yourself, your family and your friends. Not only protecting you from cell phone radiation but also your computer, cordless phones, wireless routers and other mobile devices.
The Cell Phone Radiation Protection Shield has been designed to help reduce the potentially harmful effects of Cell Phone Radio Frequency waves without affecting the function of your phone.
The Cell Phone Radiation Protection Shield is a small round shaped sticker. It is the size of a quarter and is attached to your cell phone near the antenna and can reduce the plume.