Archive for February, 2011

BC Hydro’s Wireless Pilot project

RuggedCom’s Utility Grade RuggedMAX Broadband Wireless Solution to be Deployed in a Field Trial of a Proposed WiMAX Wide Area Network. CONCORD, ON, Jan. 31 /CNW/ RuggedCom Inc., (“RuggedCom”) (Toronto:RCM.TO), a leading designer and manufacturer of rugged communications networking solutions for mission-critical applications in harsh environments, today announced it has been selected as a supplier […]

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Telus loses cell tower bid

by  Auren Ruvinsky – Parksville Qualicum Beach News posted Feb 25, 2011 at 9:00 AM Nanaimo residents, parents and children filled the RDN board chambers on Tuesday opposing a cell tower proposed to be near an elementary school. — Image Credit: Auren Ruvinsky Board chambers were overflowing at the Regional District of Nanaimo on Tuesday as Nanaimo parents and children […]

Hosts of Cellphone Towers Are Liable For Lawsuits

Issue: Vol.27 No.57  |  Monday, 19 April 2010 Monkagedi Gaotlhobogwe Staff Writer Many plot owners who earn money from hosting cellphone towers in their homes may not have a clue that they are the ones liable to be sued for radiation, not the cellphone companies. This emerged from a presentation by a world renown scientist in […]

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World Health urgently needs lower EMF

PRESS RELEASE WORLD HEALTH urgently needs lower EMF Standards Autoimmune Process after Long-Term Low-Level Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields, Y.G. Grigoriev, O.A. Grigoriev, A.A.Ivanov, A.M. Lyaginskaya, A.V. Merkulov, V.S. Stepanov, N.B. Shagina Mobile Communications and Changes in Electromagnetic Conditions for the Population. Abstract—Mobile communications provides a new source of electromagnetic exposure for almost the whole population […]

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