On this page you will find official reports that, we hope, will help you better understand the health and social issues over the smart meters and electromagnetic field exposure.
Assessment of Radio Frequency / Microwave Radiation Emissions from Smart Meters in Toronto.
Safe Living Technologies was invited by Toronto Hydro to accompany a third party organization to measure and document the Radio Frequency “RF” / Microwave Radiation output of a typical Smart Meter.
This interesting report was written by W Bergman (1965) and translated from the German for Research and Scientific Laboratory Ford Motor Company by the Technical Library Research Service.
Abstract: “These waves affect circulation, respiration, temperature control, water balance, albumin and sugar concentration in the cerebro-spinal fluid. hydrogen ion concentration. EEG. GSR, sleep. conscious awareness, etc.”
Rapport réalisé par la Commission d’accès à l’information du Québec.
A treasure of information gathered by a NON-PARTISAN grassroots group (Stop OC Smart Meters) made up of Concerned Orange County Citizens (CA, USA) working to get the word out on Smart Meters.
Here are just a few declassified documents. The Naval Medical Research Institute (NMRI) document is a bibliography of over 2,000 studies!
Read through the index pages to get a good overview of the effects of RF microwave radiation on human test subjects.
They know that people are suffering with the over-use of this technology.
A report written (French) by the Centre de recherche industriel du Québec (CRIQ) at the request of Hydro-Québec. It presents the test results and all measurements done to characterize the Landis&Gyr Smart Merter.
The numbers we are interested in are the peak values of the power density (radiation) of the pulses emitted by the smart meter. They can be found in section 5.2 (pages 11-12). Pay attention to the unit of measure since they use µW/m2 and mW/m2 in the same table.
The other interesting numbers are found in Section 4.1 (page 9). The total number of transmissions (pulses) per day. Which is 1440/day!
This document is not intended as a scholarly effort but rather an attempt to help people understand some basics about pulsed waves.
It helps us understand in reality the meaning (and difference) of the peak value versus the average value of a pulsed waves like the ones emitted by smart meters.
Written by Daniel Hirsch, 31 January 2011.
The draft report by the California Council on Science and Technology (CCST) does not appear to answer the questions asked of it by the requesting elected officials. Furthermore, rather than being an independent, science-based study, the CCST largely cuts and pastes estimates from a brochure by the Electric Power Research Institute, an industry group, issued some weeks earlier.