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From: the moving finger
Subject: Re: Cell phone emissions
Date: Fri, 01 Nov 2002 09:25:30 +0000
Organization: in the matrix somewhere
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Bob Wilson wrote:
> In article , jbarnes@ATnetcomuk.co.uk
> >"Bob Wilson" wrote in message
> >> In article ,
> >> says...
> >> >
> >> >Hmm... I carry mine in my jeans pocket... and still I have four
> >> >children. And yes, they are my own.
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >"Ometepe" wrote in message
> >> >news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> >> >: 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.
> >> Bob.
> >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.
So what causes the few seconds of audible interference periodically (as
in every 10-15 minutes) on my TV when the mobile is close to it? (...and
the interference only happens when the mobile is in the room and
...and when you take your phone abroad, how does it know the name of the
local network(s), which appear a few seconds after you've switched the
If a man says something in the woods and there are no women there, is he
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