Argentina seeks a national law against electromagnetic pollution

argentinaflagimage1Fron El Nuevo Cronista comes the news that Argentina is set to take up a bill that limits electromagnetic pollution exposure, and calls for connections in schools and hospitals to be hard-wired.

Among its most important aspects, the bill provides that the irradiating devices should be installed at a minimum distance of 100 meters from inhabited areas. Limits the maximum radiation levels 10 μW / cm² (1000 microwatts) for analog modulation, and 0.1 μW / cm² for digital modulation signals.

You can read the original article in Spanish here.

Foe a translation in English (imperfect, as it uses Google’s translation services), click here.

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