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From: "Michael Painter"
References: <firstname.lastname@example.org> <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: Cell phone emissions
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Date: Sat, 02 Nov 2002 17:49:08 GMT
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Organization: AT&T Worldnet
"Jonathan Barnes" wrote in message
> Hello Bob
> I said
> > >>>I thought mobile phones " checked in " with the local transmitters to
> > >>>the network know where to sent calls,
> Your reply drew flack as it apeared to ignore the " check in "
> Can you give me an actual figure for the duty cycle of a mobile which is
> in use ?
> I presume you consider these transmitions are insignificant but as I know
> next to nouthing about these phones a figure would be helpful.
That probably depends on a number of things.
If your phone goes into roam mode, (even if it's sitting where it always
sits) it is either on a lot more or transmitting at a much higher power
The battery gets drained a lot faster when in roam.
It happens a lot where I live. It's so bad that for the first time since
1984 when I started dealing with phone companies AT&T admitted a problem.
That's the people in the office and the occasional idiot that gets sent by.
The good techs are just as happy to find out it's their stuff as ours.
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