A child’s head RF absorption can be over 2 times greater, and absorption of the skull’s bone marrow can be 10 times greater than adults, yet current testing standards for cell phones focus on adult size models and radiation absorption as it affects adults. The Pong team takes a closer look at this concerning issue.Children & Cell Phone Radiation Standards »
Learn about cell phones and the radiation they emit as well as stay up to date on the latest mobile radiation news and studies at our cell phone radiation blog - the Pong Pulse. Our team reviews the latest studies and share insights on the ongoing research into the effects of cell phone radiation.
Generally speaking, the near-field refers to the RF field close to the antenna and the far-field is the RF field further away from the antenna. Often times when you use your cell phone, your body is often located in the near-field (one wavelength or less) of the cell phone antenna. It is especially concerning when you hold your phone next to your head or wear it on your body as you can be exposed to very intense near-field radiation from the phone.Learn About Near Field Radiation »