2002

Wireless Phones And Health II

State of the Science

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ISBN: 978-0-7923-7977-5 (Print) 978-0-306-46901-5 (Online)

Table of contents (25 chapters)

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  1. Editor’s Note: WTR Methodology

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-4

    2. Dosimetry and Measurements

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        Pages 7-19

        Latest Progress in Dosimetry and Near-Field Evaluations for Mobile Communications Devices

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        Pages 21-35

        Dosimetry Studies on In Vitro Preparations Exposed to 837 and 1900 MHz in a TEM Cell

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        Pages 37-45

        A Rat-Head Exposure System for Exposure to RF Fields from Handheld Wireless Telephones

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        Pages 47-86

        A Fast Tour of a Decade of Bioelectromagnetic Hygiene Research

      Certification

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        Pages 89-100

        Developing a Regulatory Compliance Arrangement for Electromagnetic Radiation Exposure from Radio Transmitters Based on Health and Safety Considerations in Australia

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        Pages 101-106

        Guidelines for Radiofrequency Exposure from Mobile and Portable Devices Adopted by the US Federal Communications Commission

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        Pages 107-116

        FCC Equipment Authorization Procedures for RF Exposure Compliance of Mobile and Portable Transmitters

  2. Editor’s Note: WTR TIER I

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 117-124

    2. In Vitro Studies/Genotoxicology

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        Pages 127-130

        State of the Science: RF Genetic Toxicology

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        Pages 131-134

        Evaluation of Potential Genotoxicity of Radiofrequency Radiation Technologies Using a Battery of In Vitro Tests

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        Pages 135-142

        Measurement of Alkali Labile DNA Damage and Cross-Links Following 2450 MHz Microwave and Low Dose Gamma Irradiation In Vitro

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        Pages 143-146

        Evaluation of Potential Genotoxicity of Radiofrequency Radiation Technologies Using the Single Cell Gel Electrophoresis and Micronucleus Assays

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        Pages 147-154

        Scientific Discussion of the Results of Micronucleus Studies Funded by Wireless Technology Research, LLC

      In Vivo Studies

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        Pages 157-159

        State of the Science: In Vivo Toxicology

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        Pages 161-172

        The Carcinogenic Potential of 835.62 MHz FMCW and 847.74 MHz CDMA Radiations: Ongoing Studies

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        Pages 173-174

        Effects of GSM-900 Microwaves on Rat Models

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        Pages 175-176

        Evaluation of Potential Genotoxicity of Radiofrequency Radiation Technologies Using the Single Cell Gel Electrophoresis Assay: Integrated Laboratory Systems Study

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        Pages 177-178

        Evaluation of Potential Genotoxicity of Radiofrequency Radiation Technologies Using the Single Cell Gel Electrophoresis Assay: University of Washington Study; Comparison of ILS and UW SCG Studies

  3. Editor’s Note: WTR TIER II

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 179-179

    2. Epidemiology

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        Pages 183-197

        State of the Science: RF Epidemiology

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        Pages 199-202

        Epidemiological Study on the Use of Cellular Telephones and the Risk For Brain Tumors

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        Pages 203-206

        Who’s Key RF Research Requirements for Better Health Risk Assessments

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