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Specific absorption rate
considerations reduce slices available per given time, encouraging multiple breath-hold acquisitions.
The RF energy actually absorbed in tissues is quantified using the specific absorption rate
or SAR, the absorbed power per unit mass of tissue.
However, the manufacturers do not plan to label the phones with the actual level of radiation, called Specific Absorption Rate
(SAR), nor put it on phone packages.
The National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements set the Specific Absorption Rate
(SAR) at 1.
The leaflet also urges customers to consider their phone's SAR - specific absorption rate
- which measures the amount of radiation absorbed by the brain from handsets.
The Wave Buster absorbs up to 70% of radiation from cell phones, according to results of laboratory-administered specific absorption rate
(SAR) tests, the most accepted measure of cell phone radiation.
This system reduces the specific absorption rate
(SAR) by 98% without compromising the ability to transmit and receive data and phone calls.
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(SAR) antenna design for mobile handset" International Journal of the Physical Sciences Vol.
The company has expertise in specific absorption rate
(SAR), radio frequency (RF), electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and electrical safety testing, with laboratory facilities in Yokohama and Nagano.
It was also informed that the committee has also recommended adoption of Specific Absorption Rate
(SAR) limit to 1.