Wireless Safety

Regarding RF Safety

It can be hard to know what to believe. The internet is full of information and misinformation. When it comes to emissions and health, we look to the experts, including the American Cancer Society, the Federal Communications Commission, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the New York Times, and the World Health Organization.

Official Resources on Wireless Safety

FCC: Radio Frequency Safety

FCC: RF Safety FAQ

FDA: Do Cell Phones Pose Health Hazard?
World Health Organization: Health Risks
American Cancer Society: Cell Phone Towers

American Cancer Society

“Public exposure to radio waves from cell phone tower antennas is slight for several reasons. The power levels are relatively low, the antennas are mounted high above ground level, and the signals are transmitted intermittently, rather than constantly.”

U.S. Food and Drug Administration

“Based on the evaluation of the currently available information, the FDA believes that the weight of scientific evidence has not linked exposure to radio frequency energy from cell phone use with any health problems at or below the radio frequency exposure limits set by the FCC.”