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Dec 28
2011

Wi-Fi in Schools: (Portland) Declaration of L. Lloyd Morgan - Addendum F

Morrison v. Portland Public Schools - Poster: Exposure Limits - The underestimation of absorbed cellphone radiation, especially in children

Abstract
The Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) cellphone certification method is used to test all cellphones today and relies on a homogenous model of the head Standard Anthropomorphic Mannequin (SAM) that underestimates SAR. Because the anatomically based Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD) computer simulation method differentiates specific tissues, is less expensive, and allows for inclusion of children and pregnantwomen, it provides a superior method.

The SAM-based SAR method underestimates cellphone radiation absorption for the head for over 90% of the population and for commonly used pants or shirt pocket by 4 to 7-fold. When used by children, most cellphones exceed SAM-based SAR-commonly used against the body, all cellphones exceed the SAM-based SAR-based exposure limits.





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