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(01-12-2019, 08:03 PM)MaximalGravity Wrote:
(01-12-2019, 07:51 PM)Luvapottamus Wrote:
(01-12-2019, 07:45 PM)MaximalGravity Wrote: Well there, LovPup, you're the one who's sick (or you make that claim) from RF exposure. I've been working safely around RF for many years and am healthy.

Think about that !

@phxsparks

I'm glad you aren't sick yet.

Lots of others are, and it appears you are content to keep working towards that end.

Nokia's Technology Director, Matti Niemelä: Mobile Radiation Destroyed My Health

Quote:Matti Niemelä is one of Nokia's former technical directors, and has been involved in the development of many of the early mobile phones for Nokia. Matti became seriously ill from mobile industry microwave radiation. In addition, he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS). Some studies suggest that radiation can increase the risk of MS.

Niemelä believes that we have been silent for too long about the risks. He is particularly worried about children. But the Vice President of Nokia claims: "All Nokia products fulfill international requirements and limits."

For Tampere-based Matti Niemelä, 44, life was like a movie when he was young.  He was recruited to work for Nokia in 1997. The brilliant young man advanced rapidly to become Nokia's chief technology officer in less than ten years and was involved in the development of mobile phones, access memories, and WLAN Wi-Fi solutions.

In 2007, Niemelä's career came to a halt when his health failed. Today he can only move with the help of a walker. Niemelä refuses to use a wheelchair.

- The irony of this is that I can no longer use any of the equipment that I developed, Niemelä says with a smile.

Niemelä is one of the unlucky ones who have experienced severe symptoms of microwave radiation.

- I traveled around the world with a Communicator [early model smart-phone] in my hand.  Exposure to radiation was very strong from morning to night, and even at night.

Few people have had such an overload of radiation, says Niemelä. The first symptoms appeared within a year of his employment at Nokia.

- I played badminton, and I could no longer hit the ball during a serve, even though I had been playing badminton for a long time.

At first, Matti Niemelä did not dare go to the doctor, mainly because of the fear of brain cancer. The symptoms worsened every year.

http://mieuxprevenir.blogspot.com/2016/0...matti.html

I can add many other examples.

But Children, pregnant women, and people with Gadolinium deposition disease(like my dad), and many others are more susceptible than average health young adults.

And it's dosage dependent.

Not to jinx you but you might trip next year, or the next.

My buddy who worked as an admin in server farms was fine until 42, then he developed epilepsy.

Now he's disabled.

I hope it doesn't happen to you.

I had a college friend who suffered from epilepsy. This was long before cellphones and personal computers were invented. How do you suppose he contracted it ?

You have no idea what I do RF wise. You extrapolate complete bullshit with virtually no base knowledge. This has been exhibited on this board on topics other than things RF related. You're a simple uneducated fear monger. You seem to thrive on propagating bullshit, rather than actually dealing with your supposed health problems. I think you have something seriously wrong with your noodle and, I doubt it has anything to do with RF exposure. And, I'm sure I'm not the first to conclude this.

Your assertion that you have worked for years SAFELY with RF radiation and you are perfectly healthy.....

Is like me telling you I've smoked a pack of cigarettes every day since I was 15 and I don't have lung cancer.

Both may be true, but I've presented the science regarding biological effects of non-ionizing radiation and you either haven't read it, or you chose to "not believe it."

Just like you chose to "believe" the cosmic RF sources are stronger than synthetic ones but somehow don't interfere with radio, tv, and cell phone signals.

I'll present it again to anybody who cares to read it. And this is just a sampling of it:

http://www.electronicsilentspring.com/wp...ussels.pdf

https://andrewamarino.com/PDFs/testimony-AAM_Report.pdf

^^^^ those two both discuss my health condition, and the second one is expert witness testimony from an expert who had board certification and permission to run experiments on HUMAN BEINGS (something the wireless industry does NOT HAVE and HASN'T DONE) who proved experimentally through provocation tests that EHS is REAL, and nonlinear.

Meaning you can have numerous types of reactions to the same type of exposure, and it accounts for nocebo effect.

Regarding my friend:

Extensive tests were performed to determine the cause of the seizures, and what was discovered was a lesion on his brain near where he held his iPhone.

Doctors were too chickenshit to blame the iPhone, so they arrived at this theory:

My friend "must have had" a STROKE in utero as a fetus that caused that lesion.

Chuckle

And after they got done testing him with CAT scans and contrast MRI's he not only had epilepsy, but he started STUTTERING(his speech was fucked up after the tests) immediately and this lasted 6 months.

And now he wears a bluetooth headset next to that lesion because he thinks(on his own) maybe the phone did it, and stupidly thinks bluetooth is SAFE. Still has seizures, go figure....

If you read the first .pdf you will discover RF radiation can cause SEIZURES.
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(01-12-2019, 08:09 PM)9mms Wrote: Allright Thanks for the info @Luvapottamus
Back in 1982 i remember building this circuit
as a police radar detector and it actually worked
it definitely picked up CW radar speed traps in the city
but as of now i don't need a fancy rig setup
all i really want is something to sound alert me if there is
rf present.

i am gonna build it again and try it out in today's EMF world
might not work but who knows?
[Image: N5exbxr.png]

You can get the other meters reasonably cheapo on ebay.

(prices fluctuate)

I highly recommend the gigahertz solutions products, but I also bought an el cheapo trifield meter from a pawnbroker who got it from a friend in Homeland Security.

(Whatever department he's in, they use it for bugsweeps)

It may have an alert mode, I'll check. But the neat thing about the HF series of RF meters from Ghz solutions is that are digital WITH accoustimeter. They convert the wave into audible sound, and by the noise it makes you can tell whether it's a powerline, WIFI router, cell tower, etc.

Unfortunately they don't go up to 30Ghz and that where many of the 5G frequencies begin.

One nice thing about some of the 5G tech is it doesn't pass through walls as well as 2.4/5Ghz and the 58-62 Ghz Oxygen band is oxygen attenuated. Signal strength drops off faster that 2.4GHZ, and it may not enter you home as bad.

But that's why they want transmitters EVERYWHERE.

If you don't want it in your HOUSE:

You should be wary of consumer SMART devices and your internet modem.

Your provider will hide those in your modem.

I already caught them doing it with WIFI and zigbee, in three different modems.

I've contacted the manufacturer in Germany @ Ghz Solutions about 5G mweters and they told me they were working on it. But they don't have anything yet.

If other people contact them it'll help motivate them.

They spent a lot of money developing the current models, and said it was a challenging undertaking. Please express consumer interest on wider range models.
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(01-12-2019, 08:29 PM)Apache54 Wrote:
(01-12-2019, 08:21 PM)MaximalGravity Wrote:
(01-12-2019, 08:05 PM)Apache54 Wrote: You are one of the lucky ones my friend, I know MANY whom have worked around exposure to 3-G or less sometimes more, BUT then it was illegal for us to work in the line of the beam producing 3-G and those whom have NONE live to be very old and ALL are dying of cancers. this is NOT coincidence. EMF IS a dangerous issue. If  5-G ever goes full time everywhere, watch the cancer and other illnesses skyrocket!

I know many RF engineers. Al, are healthy. None sick into their 60s and well beyond. I worked with a guy who was stationed at a Long Range Radar station in Greenland while in the AF. He told me that it was so cold when doing outdoor maintaince on the hardware that some stood in front of the antennas to warm themselves. I can only imagine the later result. I spent time in high energy physics as a student. I was around stuff that makes common RF hazards seem mild by comparison. No one got sick. I'm talking about BEV levels. We all observed the safety procedures.

Sorry to hear about your mates.
https://www.lbl.gov/community/b51/

I am curious as to the difference, these people I know are dying in there 60's and all have cancer, the only connection is they ALL worked on rocketry which has various levels of transmissions. interesting for sure.
Glad you are NOT sick.

A friend of mine with EHS surveyed the area around another EHS sufferer's home, discovered one of the most heavily populated towers(most transmitters, most cables going up it) around town was near her house.

So he went closer to it, surveyed it by itself (Our meters have yagi(directional) antennae) and noticed people ADDING MORE to it, and one of them came over to him and asked him why he was there.

They struck up a conversation about it and the tower worker said words to this effect, after my friend asked him why he had no protective gear:

"Well...they didn't give us any, and you know most of us don't live past 50....."
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#34
(01-13-2019, 04:02 PM)MaximalGravity Wrote:
(01-13-2019, 11:55 AM)roamer Wrote:
(01-12-2019, 08:23 PM)MaximalGravity Wrote: Imagined vs reality roamer ?

Sorry to hear you're having problems ?

I used a simple argument to illustrate my point.

Sorry to read your reply is full of nonsense.

(01-12-2019, 08:23 PM)MaximalGravity Wrote: Imagined vs reality roamer ?

It seems to me that you are using personal insults on a regular basis.

Certainly meant no insult to you.

As for @Luvapottamus, it's the 3rd time he's accused me of purposely "killing people" by the practice of my trade. He has no idea what I do for a living, other than designing a number of projects involving extremely low level RF. I think he's a nut. It's that simple. Look back to our exchanges, if you're interested.

Best,mg

You are supporting an industry that kills people with defective toxic technology.

I don't know what YOU DO, but you are advocating toxic technology by dismissing the science.

So that's four.

I just assumed you were in the telecom industry because of the way you do it.

And because nobody likes being told that the work they love and take pride in kills people.

(Soldiers, executioners, Kavorkian, hitmen excepted)

Chuckle

It's like me saying mercury and lead aren't bad for you because I've ingested both.
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(01-12-2019, 08:09 PM)9mms Wrote: Allright Thanks for the info @Luvapottamus
Back in 1982 i remember building this circuit
as a police radar detector and it actually worked
it definitely picked up CW radar speed traps in the city
but as of now i don't need a fancy rig setup
all i really want is something to sound alert me if there is
rf present.

i am gonna build it again and try it out in today's EMF world
might not work but who knows?
[Image: N5exbxr.png]

9mmm

The device in the posted schematic is a simple dual OP Amp. It's not useful in sensing RF.

http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/lm1458.pdf

If you want to build something useful, you might consider a device with better capabilities

https://www.analog.com/media/en/technica...ad8307.pdf

I'm not familiar with any SIMPLE single chip devices that are good into the GHz range.

Maybe @phxsparks knows of one?

Just a suggestion.
Leave the gun, take the Cannoli.
--Francis Ford Coppola

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3 January 2019








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(01-13-2019, 05:39 PM)Luvapottamus Wrote:
(01-12-2019, 08:09 PM)9mms Wrote: Allright Thanks for the info @Luvapottamus
Back in 1982 i remember building this circuit
as a police radar detector and it actually worked
it definitely picked up CW radar speed traps in the city
but as of now i don't need a fancy rig setup
all i really want is something to sound alert me if there is
rf present.

i am gonna build it again and try it out in today's EMF world
might not work but who knows?
[Image: N5exbxr.png]

You can get the other meters reasonably cheapo on ebay.

(prices fluctuate)

I highly recommend the gigahertz solutions products, but I also bought an el cheapo trifield meter from a pawnbroker who got it from a friend in Homeland Security.

(Whatever department he's in, they use it for bugsweeps)

It may have an alert mode, I'll check. But the neat thing about the HF series of RF meters from Ghz solutions is that are digital WITH accoustimeter. They convert the wave into audible sound, and by the noise it makes you can tell whether it's a powerline, WIFI router, cell tower, etc.

Unfortunately they don't go up to 30Ghz and that where many of the 5G frequencies begin.

One nice thing about some of the 5G tech is it doesn't pass through walls as well as 2.4/5Ghz and the 58-62 Ghz Oxygen band is oxygen attenuated. Signal strength drops off faster that 2.4GHZ, and it may not enter you home as bad.

But that's why they want transmitters EVERYWHERE.

If you don't want it in your HOUSE:

You should be wary of consumer SMART devices and your internet modem.

Your provider will hide those in your modem.

I already caught them doing it with WIFI and zigbee, in three different modems.

I've contacted the manufacturer in Germany @ Ghz Solutions about 5G mweters and they told me they were working on it. But they don't have anything yet.

If other people contact them it'll help motivate them.

They spent a lot of money developing the current models, and said it was a challenging undertaking. Please express consumer interest on wider range models.

Spoke too soon....

The following Verizon videos prove that Verizon DOES NOT NEED Close Proximity Microwave Radiation Antenna – Wireless Telecommunications Facilities (CPMRA-WTFs) installed in residential areas every 500 to 1,000 feet — the 4G/5G WTFs can be 3,000 feet away on Macro Towers.

CNBC: 6/25/18 — Verizon CEO, Lowell McAdam, on The Future of 5G
https://youtu.be/31gpCcbklHw?t=5m15s

Verizon: 5/23/18 — The Power (and Reach) of 28 GHz and 39 GHz Millimeter Waves
https://youtu.be/jnyG2bliKCs?t=30s

Quote:Lowell McAdam, CEO of Verizon:

"When [Verizon] went out in these 11 [5G test] markets, we tested for well over a year, so we could see every part of foliage and every storm that went through. We have now busted the myth that [5G frequencies] have to be line-of-sight — they do not. We busted the myth that foliage will shut [5G] down . . . that does not happen. And the 200 feet from a home? We are now designing the network for over 2,000 feet from transmitter to receiver, which has a huge impact on our capital need going forward. Those myths have disappeared."

Jason L., Verizon Field Engineer:

"[Verizon 5G] is really high frequency [28,000 MHz and 39,000 MHz], so everybody thinks it doesn’t go very far, but it’s a really big pipe and so that’s what allows you to gain the super fast speeds . . We’re 3,000 feet away from our radio node. the cool thing about this is that we did not move the radio node. It’s pointing down to serve the customers in that area " . . . here even 3,000 feet away, we’re still getting 1,000 [Megabits per second] speeds . . . So now we’ve driven about 1/3 of a mile away [1,760 feet] from the radio node. we are still getting very good speeds even though we have foliage in between [800 Megabits per second]."





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