[VHFcontesting] Microwave Energy Directed at Overseas Personnel?
stephen.tripp at snet.net
Tue Mar 19 09:19:09 EDT 2019
I too saw that show and question why they did not have RF detector devices
if they suspect China or Russia was using Hi Pwr RF causing health issues.
They spoke about the possibilities that the same freq as Microwave ovens
(2ghz) being used.
If the RF was so intense a simple microwave oven detector would have picked
up the signal. I happen to have one of these devices used to detect leakage
from a microwave oven. When I was a cellular tech we were issued Narda RF
detector badges. When
the techs were exposed to hi RF fields the Narda would warn us at 50% unsafe
levels. When I was on a bank building in Springfield MA the alarm would
always go off if I stayed on the roof near the antennas. The roof top was
loaded with hi power
pagers and cell antennas. If I stayed for any length I would get a nasty
headache. The headache would not last when I left the roof top and I was
told RF exposure did not stay in your body once out of the field. I can not
think of the technical term for this. Cell companies must do an RF Density
test at various distances and of course always passed this test. At one time
early in the cell business we had to shut down the site or a particular face
when climbers were on the tower. I do not believe this is today's standard
I have no clue if there are any long term health affects but for sure being
exposed to high power can give you a headache.
Cell tech/engineer 1984-2001
> A “60 Minutes” story on 17march19 discussed various physical (cranial)
> maladies experienced by USA government employees & their families,
> POSSIBLY inspired by microwave RF energy directed at their residences or
> offices. No mention was made of any RF field strength measurements!
> Does anyone have ‘educated/learned’ comments on this report?? I have a few
> empiric thoughts
> on this, but am definitely not an expert.
> Pete, n6ze: with qrp on 70, 33, & 23 cm bands
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