Subject: EM radiation at 300 m. Date: Thu, 24 Jul 1997 083624 -0500 (CDT) From: email@example.com (Yoke Berry) To: Multiple recipients of list <firstname.lastname@example.org> --- Dear all, Wollongong City Council (NSW, Australia) has recently brought out a draft interim policy on the siting of telecommunications facilities. The section on electromagnetic radiation in the policy states: "Facilities subject to this plan should meet the following precautionary siting requirements: Not within 300 metres from any residential dwelling unless annual average exposure at the nearest residential dwelling is less than 0.2micro W/cm-2. Not within 300 metres from any school, child care centre, hospital or aged care centre." Can anyone tell me, from actual measurement data ,: - what your highest and lowest measurements were at a 300 metre radius from a mobile phone tower (analogue and digital), - what were these values when two carriers were located on the one tower, - and does anyone have values for these measurements for multiple carriers on the one tower ? Your input would be greatly appreciated ! Kind regards, Yoke Berry Archive provided courtesy of WaveGuide, http://www.wave-guide.org
Reprinted with permission of Roy Beavers, http://www.feb.se/EMF-L/EMF-L.html
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