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SARshield.com Site Provides Cell Phone Radiation Charts, FAQs
 
SARshield.com Site Provides Cell Phone Radiation Charts, FAQs
The above cell phone radiation chart is updated weekly in order to ensure it is the most complete cell phone radiation chart on the internet. If your phone radiaiton level is not on the chart, please email your make and model to email@sarshield.com and they will include it in the chart. 
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With the recent news of a link between cell phone usage and cancer, you may be wondering how much radiation your specific cell phone brand/model emits. SARShield.com  invites you to check out their Mobile Phone Radiation Chart, updated weekly.  The site also has an in-depth cell phone radiation FAQ

Background
Cell phones emit low levels of radio frequency energy (i.e., radio frequency radiation) in the microwave range during use. High levels of RF can produce biological damage through heating effects (in the same way a microwave oven is able to cook food). However, it is not known to what extent or through what mechanism, lower levels of RF might cause adverse health effects as well. Several research studies have shown that the radio frequency radiation from wireless phone antennae "appears to cause genetic damage in human blood," while another case study uncovered a "statistically significant increase" in neuro-epithelial brain tumors among cell phone users. Other research has shown little or no adverse effects. ABC's 20/20 News (May 26, 2000) took the five most popular phones sold in the US and tested them at a highly respected German laboratory. Four out of the five phones tested were above the SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) limit. 

The Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) test uses sophisticated instruments to measure the amount of radiation absorbed into the body, usually the head. At present, the generally recognized limit for absorbed electromagnetic energy is 1.6 watts per kilogram. All cell phones sold must be tested and have their compliance with this standard certified by their manufacturer. The electromagnetic fields from a cell phone depend upon the design of the cell phone and its antenna,how it operates, as well as how it is held and used. Tests conducted by the ABC show 20/20 has found that some of the country's most popular cell phones can - depending on how they're held - exceed the radiation limit. A cell phone's antenna radiates in all directions. The health concern is about the radiation actually absorbed into the head, which is where cell phones are usually held. 
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