Seminole, Florida – RF Safe, a leading provider of cell phone safety solutions, announced today the launch of its revolutionary RF Safe Score (RSS) algorithm, also known as PhoneRank, which aims to provide consumers with a better understanding of the potential health risks associated with cell phone usage. The RSS algorithm takes into account the well-understood physics of microwave absorption and the thickness of the skull, an aspect that is not considered in current Federal Communications Commission (FCC) guidelines.
The algorithm calculates a point value based on the thresholds of 50%, 75%, and 95% of the legal limit of 1.6W/kg, with each threshold representing a .5mm, 1.0mm, and 2.0mm skull thickness, respectively. The current FCC guidelines only take into account a 2mm thick skull, which is an extremely outdated assumption. The many well-established principles in classical physics prove that users with a skull half as thick or less absorb more energy when operating at the same maximum Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) value. This is an effect that cannot be avoided, and consumers have a right to know.
“We believe that consumers deserve to have access to accurate and comprehensive information about the potential health risks associated with cell phone usage,” said Martin Collins, an early backer of the technology. “Our RF Safe Score algorithm provides a simple way for consumers to calculate the risk for themselves and their children, who are particularly vulnerable to the effects of microwave radiation.”
The RF Safe Score (RSS) algorithm is available for free on the RF Safe website and can be used to evaluate the SAR levels of any cell phone. The company encourages consumers to use the RSS algorithm to make informed decisions about cell phone usage and advocates for stricter safety guidelines. RF Safe is committed to promoting public awareness of the potential health risks associated with cell phone usage and finding solutions that will protect the health and well-being of people everywhere.
This new development is expected to cause a stir among the mobile industry, which has been under scrutiny for years over the potential health risks of cell phone usage. Experts say that this new algorithm could change the way consumers approach cell phone safety and lead to stricter safety guidelines for the mobile industry.
With the increasing use of mobile phones in today’s society, it is more important than ever for consumers to be informed about the potential health risks associated with cell phone usage. The RF Safe Score algorithm provides a simple and easy-to-use tool for consumers to evaluate the SAR levels of any cell phone and make informed decisions about their usage. As RF Safe continues to advocate for stricter safety guidelines, consumers can rest assured that they are taking the necessary steps to protect their health and well-being.