RFR Exposure Limits

The World Health Organization’s Global Health Observatory data repository publishes radio frequency radiation (RFR) exposure limits for the general public.

Radio frequency radiation includes the radiation emitted by cell and cordless phones, cell towers, microwave ovens, wireless baby monitors and smart meters, and Wi-Fi and Bluetooth devices including laptops and tablets.

As of May 31, 2017, the WHO collected RFR exposure limit data for 36 nations. 

The tabled data can be downloaded as a pdf document from http://bit.ly/RFlimitsXcountry.
WHO: RFR exposure limits for 36 nations
Health Effects
The RFR exposure limits were designed to protect the general public only from heating risks due to short-term exposure to this type of non-ionizing radiation. The limits were not designed to protect individuals from chronic exposure to low-intensity (i.e., non-thermal levels of) RFR. Yet the preponderance of peer-reviewed research on low-intensity RFR exposure finds biological effects and adverse health effects. Thus, one must carefully examine these studies to determine safe levels of RFR exposure.
BioInitiative 2012: first page of RF color chart 

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