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From: "Michael A. Terrell"
Subject: Re: Any ideas on measuring radiation in the home ?
Date: Fri, 27 Sep 2002 23:46:05 -0400
Organization: I'm trying!
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> I am wondering how all these people who are complaining about valid
> questions (technical questions - not just arbitrary fish soup and laser
> cutting eyes ,etc) did not say a peep when all that stuff was going on ?
> Many joined in with great gusto ! Pitching in solutions. The complainers
> were one or two only.
> Now, there seems to be some ganging up of some sort ?
> If these writers are actually working on RF, and are aware of the risks,
> then this ganging up is uncalled for. This is only a technical discussion.
> You ain't getting anywhere by attacking me.
> The facts will stand on their own.
They do. Read some textbooks and study RF, instead of being sucked
into the popular media with all the lies and bullshit. You'll thank
yourself if you do.
I've worked with all types of RF equipment most of my working life.
AM radio stations, TV stations, Microwave relay equipment (CARS). I
worked in the same building with a 2 MW ERP radar system. One of the TV
stations was 5 MW ERP. I have enough RF test equipment on my bench to
cover most bands, and I know the right way to use it. You don't want to
listen to any answers, and are upset because no one agrees with you.
Like it or not, you can't change the laws of physics by using faulty
To measure RF energy you need the proper equipment, which can cost
>$20,000. A cheap, broadband device with no calibration is not going to tell you anything useful.
Do you know how much RF energy the sun hits you with every day? It
is strong enough to mask C-band satellite signals when the sun is close
to, or behind the satellite. This is referred to as a "Sun outage" in
the communications business.
Michael A. Terrell
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