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a telephonic intercommunication system linking different rooms in a building or ship etc

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I had to take my earphones off for my gunners were yelling over the interphone with joy.
Their decision |was mainly based on the results of two sets of studies by the Swedish Hardell group and a very large international study called InterPhone.
El proyecto multinacional INTERPHONE (IARC, 2011), referido a 13 paises, estudio los casos de glioma (tumor de celulas gliales del cerebro o la medula espinal) y meningioma (tumor usualmente benigno de tejido aracnoideo de las meninges que se adhiere a la duramadre) y determino que no habria una conexion solida entre tumores cerebrales y telefonia movil, siendo necesarias mayores investigaciones para una conclusion definitiva.
Lorne Brandes, MD, offers the INTERPHONE international case-control study as an example.
The upgrade process will include adding state-of-the-art computing networking, with workstations at each crew position, and a digital interphone system with noise-canceling technology.
Non-ionizing radiation as from mobile phones (radiofrequency) or power lines (extremely low-frequency); although little evidence for carcinogenicity, the possible effects of long-term heavy use of mobile phones requires further investigation due to widespread use in population (IARC 2011, INTERPHONE Study Group 2010);
To reduce the noise, the excitation frequencies need to be carefully selected to avoid conflict with the frequencies and harmonics of the electric locomotives' return current, track circuit working current, and railway wireless interphone broadcasting.
Data were gathered from the Interphone group studies, which included research from Sweden, Denmark, the United Kingdom, Germany, and Finland from 1995 to 2004.
The results of the Interphone, an inter-national case-control study to assess the brain tumor risk in relation to mobile telephone use, reveals no overall increase in risk of glioma or meningioma but there were suggestions of an increased risk of glioma at the highest exposure levels (30 minutes per day of cell phone use for 8-10 years) and ipsilateral exposures (ICNIRP, 2011).
Different tests like levelling, door operation, ride quality, operation of buttons, signal fixtures, door sensors, interphone, alarm, and emergency landing device are also carried out.
The INTERPHONE study: Design, epidemiological methods, and description of the study population," European Journal of Epidemiology, Vol.
The largest study done, the international and partly telco-funded Interphone study, found phones were safe - unless you are a "heavy user", or a child (children were not included in the study).
Two years ago the INTERPHONE study reported that the heaviest users could be at a 40 per cent increased risk of developing glioma, a common type of brain cancer.
Israeli researchers, using study methods similar to the Interphone investigation, have found that heavy cell phone users were more likely to suffer malignant tumors of the salivary g
2010) The INTERPHONE Study Group: Brain tumour risk in relation to mobile telephone use: results of the INTERPHONE international case-control study.
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