On Jun 4, 2004, at 7:42 PM, Benjamin Joffe wrote:
> Start a communication campaign about "your mobile damages your brain"
> (or "damages your skin" may be even more efficient)
> and you may see makers include bluetooth and people buy headsets...
Oh, so is Bluetooth radiation healthier than mobile phone radiation
now? Have there been any studies, or different SAR standards, etc. to
support this claim?
Or are you saying that just based on lower power ratings?
Bluetooth = 1-100mW _at_ 2.4GHz (typ. 2.5mW for power class 2)
WCDMA Mobiles = 21-33 dBm = 125-1990mW _at_ 2GHz
But they are at different frequencies and duty cycles. Has anyone done
SAR comparisons between Bluetooth and mobiles?
Still, though, it's a hard sell, just based on "less of the
(potentially) dangerous stuff." Then again Coke C2 is debuting in
Japan, so let's see how that goes. =)
Received on Sat Jun 5 02:16:21 2004