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Subject: Re: Cell phone emissions
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Date: Sat, 02 Nov 2002 01:23:21 GMT
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"Trevor Barton" wrote in message
> On Fri, 01 Nov 2002 05:28:37 -0000, Bob Wilson wrote:
> > Nonsense! We are in the cellphone/pager design business, and I can tell
> > you that they transmit *ONLY* when being used.
> Unless you mean "used" as in "switched on", rather than "used" as in
> "making a call", please let me know which cellphone design business
> you work for, that way I can avoid your products :-)
> Trevor Barton
> Isotek Electronics Ltd, 9 Clayton Wood Bank, Leeds, LS16 6QZ, UK.
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> Views expressed are my own and not necessarily those of Isotek Electronics
I remember reading something that said that newer cell-phones transmit even
when they are switched OFF.
< If this is true, you will be located whether you turn it ON or leave it
OFF ! >
< see my posting under 'A Weird Contraption ? - new projects ?' (10/29/02)
for an article about radar imaging of every moving person/vehicle in town
using cell-towers and even identifying the people using the cell phones they