extremely low frequency


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Synonyms for extremely low frequency

below 3 kilohertz

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They said there was not enough evidence to prove extremely low frequency (ELF) and electric and magnetic fields (EMF) transmissions generated by pylons were dangerous.
San, "Effect of extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields on growth rate and morphology of bacteria, " Int.
Interaction of extremely low frequency electric and magnetic fields with humans.
The first section of the instrument included sociodemographic characteristics (gender, age, education level, marital status, employment status); the second section explored knowledge about 11 risk items: tobacco smoking, sunlight exposure and skin cancer, global climate change, air pollution, noise exposure, smoking during pregnancy and low birth-weight, exposure to radon and lung cancer, reducing radon, air pollution and cardiovascular diseases, base station and childhood leukaemia, Extremely Low Frequency Electric and Magnetic Fields (ELF-EMF) and brain tumour.
According to the report, Parlave said Alexis held a 'delusional belief' that he was being controlled by extremely low frequency waves.
Peratta, "Assessment of human exposure to extremely low frequency electric fields using different body models and the boundary element analysis," 18th ICECom International Conference on Applied Electromagnetics and Communications, 109-112, 2005.
The SmartTrack[TM] system, which uses proprietary electromagnetic and Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) signaling technology, made it possible to track the SmartPlug tool as it traveled along the pigging route, and to monitor pressure throughout the entire operation.
In addition, Karipidis et al have done a study on the relationship between extremely low frequency electromagnetic waves with advent of malignant brain tumors which ultimately it didn't show any significant correlation between them [11].
The literature raises serious concerns regarding the levels of radio frequency (3 kilohertz to 300 gigaherts) or extremely low frequency (300 hertz) exposures produced by 'smart meters' to warrant an immediate and complete moratorium on their use and deployment until further study can be performed," the academy asserts.
Examples of nonionizing EMR include the extremely low frequency (ELF) radiation associated with household current and power lines, as well as radio frequency (RF) radiation from cellular telephones and cellular and microwave towers.
The impact of electromagnetic fields from the proposed projects will likely be of extremely low frequency as grid stations would be designed in accordance with standards of the International non-ionized radiation," Keswani said.
Extremely low frequency (45-60 Hz) EMFs were associated with spontaneous abortion after exposure to electrically heated beds, ceiling cable electric heating (Wertheimer & Leeper, 1989), or VDT use (Goldhaber, Polen, & Hiatt, 1988).
The Question: Does parental preconception work-related exposure to extremely low frequency magnetic fields (ELF-MF) increase the risk of children developing cancer?
A pilot study has been conducted to investigate whether multiple electrophysiological activities could be altered when exposed to an extremely low frequency pulsed electromagnetic field (Cvetkovic et al.
Results of the environmental assessment at Concord released by NSW Health showed levels of exposure to ionising radiation, radiofrequency (RF) radiation, extremely low frequency (ELF) magnetic fields, and drinking water contaminants were all below allowable limits.
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