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RF and Wireless Health Research



Motorola, Inc. previously funded or jointly sponsored independent research concerning RF energy in many countries, including Canada, China, Japan, Russia, the U.S. and the European Union. The scientific knowledge in this area is substantial and has grown significantly in recent years. Today, Motorola Solutions continues to sponsor independent studies through the Mobile Manufacturers Forum (MMF) to increase scientific knowledge about the safety of RF energy.

Research of wireless technologies is likely to continue as expert health agencies such as the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), the World Health Organization (WHO) and national health agencies conduct ongoing evaluations of the latest research. Occasionally, studies produce results that are inconsistent with previous research. Such findings may warrant further research to determine their validity and significance. However, no single study can answer any scientific question, and no study should be viewed in isolation. The online database maintained by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers lists more than 2,600 peer-reviewed publications on possible RF bioeffects. Public health assessments, like those conducted by ICNIRP, depend on comprehensive evaluations that consider all relevant research. These experts continue to reach a common conclusion: RF exposure within established guidelines poses no known adverse health effects.