ew RF radiation exposure standard -- BAD, BAD, BAD!

ew RF radiation exposure standard -- BAD, BAD, BAD!

Post by Damian Centgraf - WSHB Engine » Sun, 12 Jul 1992 10:47:47

I was currently reading an article in Radio World about a new proposal for
RFR (Radio Frequency Radiation) limits and it's measurements.  Does anyone
know where I can get a copy of this proposal and it's methods of
measurement? The IEEE C95.1 RFR standard would make a two different
standards a workplace level of 1000 mV/cm2 and a 200 mV/cm2 for the
general public.  I'm concerned with the measurement of "conducted
body current"  I am also concerned about the 200 mV/cm2 exposure to
the public.  The proposal would cover 3Khz to 100Mhz, which effects
my station which is running to 500 KW Transmitters.

        If there is enough interest I will post my findings.

Thanks
Damian

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