NOT a SAR expert, but this excerpt from the article is demonstrably false:

> “More fundamentally, the SAR test doesn’t accurately replicate how most people
> interact with their phones. Testing phones from 5 millimeters away from the
> body may seem close, but for anyone carrying their phone in a pocket, the
> distance is closer to 2 millimeters. Because wireless power falls off
> exponentially with distance, what might be a safe amount of RF exposure at 5
> millimeters could?be much higher at 2 millimeters.”

Electric field or power density never falls off exponentially and in close
it does not fall off as 1/r (electric field) or 1/r² (power density). Very
close in it plateaus out.

Ken Javor
Phone: (256) 650-5261




From: Richard Nute <ri...@ieee.org>
Reply-To: <ri...@ieee.org>
Date: Thu, 13 Feb 2020 10:19:35 -0800
To: <EMC-PSTC@LISTSERV.IEEE.ORG>
Subject: [PSES] A Radio Frequency Exposure Test Finds an iPhone 11 Pro
Exceeds the FCC's Limit

 
 
spectrum.ieee.org/tech-talk/telecom/wireless/radio-frequency-exposure-test-i
phone-11-pro-double-fcc-limits?utm_source=techalert&utm_medium=email&utm_cam
paign=techalert-02-13-20&mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiTXpReU5qTmtPV014TXpSaSIsInQiOiJcL1p
ienhwR2ZRSVwvK3REMVNaR0dRSkdKXC9wYXNkcTVUQVdJTFdXSENvN2xYeGdwQXQ0TzBveWpPTWM
5WHBocEg2UXMwVFhOdElsNGR0VmtueFEwODJQVEtnV0gzdDBabzl2b0k2UVp2SU9nYnhOanBYZlk
yWTRpZFk5RzdrbkhpaiJ9
 
Comments from SAR testing experts?
 
Best regards,
Rich
 
 
 
 
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