Do technologies, such as WLAN (Wi-Fi), WiMAX, Bluetooth, Third Generation (3G), TETRA, GPRS or UMTS, pose any health concerns?
These “new technologies” are also covered by the same rigorous, science-based safety guidelines – incorporating substantial margins of protection for users and the public – as current technologies. Motorola tests all product models that send out radio waves in order to assure that they meet the RF emission safety limits adopted or recommended by regulatory agencies around the world. While tomorrow’s products may differ from today’s in some respects, they will continue to be designed, manufactured and tested by Motorola to meet all applicable safety guidelines based on this large and ever-growing body of scientific knowledge.
- What is the difference between Bluetooth wireless technologies and other technologies, such as UWB, 802.11g, 802.11a, 802.11b, WLAN, Wi-Fi, AirPort, Infrared, and ZigBee?
- Are new mobile communications technologies such as WLAN (Wi-Fi), WiMax, Bluetooth and Third Generation (3G) system safe?
- Do technologies, such as WLAN (Wi-Fi), Bluetooth, Third Generation (3G), TETRA, GPRS or UMTS, pose any health concerns?