Testing cellphones for radiofrequency radiation: How we did it [telecom]

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By Sam Roe

Over the past year, the Chicago Tribune hired RF Exposure Lab in San
Marcos, Calif., to measure 11 different cellphone models for
radiofrequency radiation.

RF Exposure, an accredited testing lab recognized by the Federal
Communications Commission, has conducted radiation tests for 15 years
for wireless companies seeking FCC approval for new products. Jay
Moulton, the lab's owner and former engineering director for
chip-making giant Qualcomm, conducted the Tribune's tests.

https://www.chicagotribune.com/investigations/ct-cell-phone-radiation-testing-methodology--20190821-whddrljk6fbmxoqh25u5t7lkb4-story.html

Re: Testing cellphones for radiofrequency radiation: How we did it [telecom]
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It shows how it was done but none of the results :-(

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