Mobile phone makers agree
to give radiation levels soon
Companies will start publishing information later this year
STOCKHOLM/HELSINKI, July 16 - The world's leading mobile phone makers
said on Monday they will start publishing information later this year
about the level of radiation emitted by their phones in response to
concerns from consumers.
THE LARGEST CELL PHONE maker Nokia, the second-largest
Motorola and the fourth-largest Ericsson, have agreed with the
European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardisation's (CENELEC)
on a way to measure radiation absorption on phones.
The Telecom Digest is currently mostly robomoderated. Please mail