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    1. The great Indian myth of mobile tower ‘radiation’ - The Financial Express

      • In India, the concern in certain quarters about radiation from mobile towers arises from the highly flawed extrapolation of the fear of ionising
      • As against the above, the radio frequency radiation from mobile towers and phones are in the range as minuscule as one-thousandth to one-millionth of an eV!

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    2. IndexTerms— Mobile tower, Electromagnetic radiation, Radio frequency, Health effects.

      • or standard developed according to the Indian scenario. Currently India has adopted European standard ICNIRP with some modifications in it [2].
      • Mobile communicates in radio frequency range of electromagnetic spectrum, which is a non-ionizing radiation.

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      • Nokia together with Mobitel launches the latest smartphone range in Sri Lanka.

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    4. Mobile tower site, Nimay Giri

      • 19. IN INDIA ATC India owns or operates over 12,000 tower sites throughout the country.
      • In case of mobile communication, which is a form of wireless communication, the only restraint on communication is the bandwidth restraint which means we have a limited frequency range that we can use for...

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    5. Radio Waves in Cellular Communication System | Cellular phone tower & Radio waves

      • In India mobile phones operate in the frequency range of
      • The Radio Frequency Radiation (RFR) exposure from both mobile phones and mobile towers may have possible thermal/non-thermal effects caused by holding Mobile phones close to the body.

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    6. Radio Waves in Cellular Communication System | Cellular phone tower & Radio waves

      • In India mobile phones operate in the frequency range of
      • The Radio Frequency Radiation (RFR) exposure from both mobile phones and mobile towers may have possible thermal/non-thermal effects caused by holding Mobile phones close to the body.

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    7. Health Hazards due to Cell Phone Towers | Indian Journal of Science and Technology, Vol 8(32), DOI: 10.17485/ijst/2015/v8i32/87785, November 2015

      • 1. Introduction. Since 1995 the mobile service started in India there is enormous growth in tele-communication field.
      • In India different frequency range are adopted in cell phone tower as given below.

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    8. Impacts of radio-frequency electromagnetic

      • The RF-EMF radiations fall in the range of 10 MHz–300 GHz. Cell phone technology uses frequencies mainly between 800 MHz and 3 GHz and cell tower antenna uses a
      • RF source AM towers FM towers TV towers Cell towers Mobile phones. Wi-Fi. Table 1: Radio-frequency sources in India.

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    9. Mobile Tower Radiation |authorSTREAM | Cell Tower Transmit Frequencies

      • Mobile phones & Towers Statistics in India Population: 1.25 Billion Mobile Subscribers: 96 Crores (Approx.)
      • Cell Tower Transmit Frequencies Antennas on Cell Phone tower transmit in the frequency range of : • 869 - 890 MHz (CDMA) • 935 - 960 MHz (GSM900) • 1805 – 1880 MHz...

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    10. Expert Group to study the possible impacts of communication

      • Studies carried out on the RF levels in North India, particularly at the mobile tower sites at Delhi have shown that people in Indian cities are exposed to dangerously
      • Table 2, shows some of the countries that have lowered their limits, for example, in the cell phone frequency range of 800 MHz to 900 MHz.

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