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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Bob Wilson)
Subject: Re: Cell phone emissions
Date: Fri, 01 Nov 2002 05:28:37 -0000
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In article , jbarnes@ATnetcomuk.co.uk
>"Bob Wilson" wrote in message
>> In article ,
>> >Hmm... I carry mine in my jeans pocket... and still I have four
>> >children. And yes, they are my own.
>> >"Ometepe" wrote in message
>> >: Effects on sperm count when carrying a cell phone in your jeans pocket
>> >: might make another interesting (and, probably, thoroughly pointless)
>> >: study ;-)
>> Since the only problem that might occur with a cellphone relating to
>> emissions can only occur when it is transmitting, I cannot help but
>> how you manage to talk on the thing when it is in your pants pocket.
>I thought mobile phones " checked in " with the local transmitters to let
>the network know where to sent calls, so the phone is transmitting part of
>the time even when it's not being used.
Nonsense! We are in the cellphone/pager design business, and I can tell
you that they transmit *ONLY* when being used. Otherwise that battery you
THOUGHT was fully charged would be found suddenly dead when you had noty
even used the phone.
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