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From July, the waves emitted by smartphones and connected objects will have to be better measured. here’s why

This specialist in molecular biology explains that there are “difficulties in estimating if the effects are well renewable”, which shows “that we have not yet understood everything”. “In the short term, we risk absolutely nothing if we respect the standards in force. We do not see any change in the functioning of a cell and an organism” subjected to the airwaves, he explains. The question is more to know if “the small differences” in the short term could generate in the long term “imbalances or if the organism will adapt without difficulty”. In any case, there is no clearly established link between the waves of mobile devices and brain cancer, according to Yves Le Dréan.

More transparency

It is precisely because of uncertainties that the entry into force of new standards, on July 1, 2020, is important. From this date, and by virtue of a decree published on November 17, 2019 in the Official Journal, the level of waves emitted by smartphones and any connected object (watches, tablets …) intended to be used near the body, must be the subject of a specific display. “This obligation, which will come into force on July 1, 2020, will thus allow consumers to choose their equipment in an informed manner,” specifies the National Frequency Agency (ANFR).

The specific absorption rate (SAR) must therefore be systematically specified. “The regulations already required measuring the SAR, but the display obligation is currently only applicable to mobile phone devices,” said the ANFR before July 1. “This will participate in the education process on the subject, thanks to an objective measurement”, rejoices Stéphane Pannetrat, founder of Art-Fi, a French company specialized in the measurement of DAS.

For him, the main thing is that “all phones are tested” and that the user is “aware of the value to which he is exposed”. In other words, it favors maximum transparency

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