How mobile phone is helpful in communication?

Cell phones have vastly changed the way we communicate today. A cell phone can be all you need for communicating. From a cell phone you can make calls, text message, BBM message, email, send and receive directions, go on the Internet, buy things, do online banking, listen to music and much more.

How does cell phone radiation affect the body?

If RF radiation is high enough, it has a ‘thermal’ effect, which means it raises body temperature. There are concerns that the low levels of RF radiation emitted by mobile phones could cause health problems such as headaches or brain tumours.

What is mobile phone communication?

Mobile Communication is the use of technology that allows us to communicate with others in different locations without the use of any physical connection (wires or cables). A mobile phone (also called mobile cellular network, cell phone or hand phone) is an example of mobile communication (wireless communication).

Is cell phone radiation harmful?

“There is extensive research proving cell phone radiation is causing DNA damage and cancer — not just brain, but salivary gland, thyroid, breast, damage to fetuses, damage to sperm, miscarriages, bone cancer and more.”

What wavelength do cell phones use?

Cell phones use radio waves to communicate with cell towers, and these waves have wavelengths of approximately 10-1000 m, which are much too large to be ionizing. WiFi actually operates at quite precise frequencies, either 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz, which correspond to wavelengths of either 12 cm or 6 cm.

What is the code to check radiation in mobile?

USSD Code *#07#: You can check the Radiation level in terms of SAR of your smartphone by dialing a USSD code *#07#, this will show SAR value, if results show SAR below 1.6 watts per kilogram (1.6 W/kg) then it is OK and your smartphone is safe to use otherwise you are advised to change your smartphone immediately.

WHO report on mobile phones?

The electromagnetic fields produced by mobile phones are classified by the International Agency for Research on Cancer as possibly carcinogenic to humans. Studies are ongoing to more fully assess potential long-term effects of mobile phone use.