In today’s world, cell phones have become an essential part of our daily lives. However, with the increasing use of cell phones, concerns about cell phone radiation have also risen. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) sets guidelines for Specific Absorption Rate (SAR), which measures the amount of radiation absorbed by the body, but these guidelines only take into account a 2mm thick skull, which is an extremely outdated assumption. This is where the RF Safe Score (RSS) algorithm and the QuantaCase™ come in.
The RF Safe Score (RSS) algorithm, developed by Quanta X Technology LLC, is a powerful tool that provides individuals with a better understanding of the potential health risks associated with cell phone usage. It takes into account the well-understood physics of microwave absorption and the thickness of the skull, an aspect that is not considered in current FCC guidelines. The algorithm calculates a point value based on the thresholds of 50%, 72.5%, and 95% of the legal limit of 1.6W/kg, with each threshold representing a .5mm, 1.0mm, and 2.0mm skull thickness, respectively. This allows for a more accurate assessment of the potential health risks associated with cell phone usage for individuals of all ages and skull thicknesses.
Distance is always the best solution when it comes to reducing exposure to cell phone radiation. However, in many situations, it is not practical to keep a significant distance between the body and the cell phone. This is where the QuantaCase™ comes in. The QuantaCase™ is an anti-radiation phone case that incorporates world-renowned RF Safe® Radiation Shielding Technology to deflect electromagnetic radiation, including 5G frequencies, away from the body. The QuantaCase™ also has an exposed RF Safe® notch where an inexpensive Ohm meter can be used to test the conductivity of the microwave barrier between the body and the device.
The QuantaCase™ is not just about radiation protection, it’s also an RF ID-blocking wallet and a phone viewing stand, all in one lightweight and convenient case! The built-in card slot provides RF ID theft protection for a credit card, room key, or any RF ID remote access card while the phone case is closed. Plus, it protects your phone from cracks, dings, and scratches to keep your phone looking and
performing like new.
When used in conjunction, the QuantaCase™ and the RF Safe Score (RSS) algorithm provide a comprehensive solution for reducing exposure to cell phone radiation. The QuantaCase™ provides physical protection against radiation exposure when distance is not practical, while the RSS algorithm allows individuals to make informed decisions about cell phone usage based on the specific SAR levels of their phone and their own unique characteristics, such as skull thickness.
Many experts and organizations, including the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), have called for stricter regulations on cell phone radiation to protect public health. The current standards for measuring safe levels of cell phone radiation, set by the FCC, are based on the SAR measurement, which may not be sufficient to protect public health. The goal should be to limit cell phone radiation exposure “as low as reasonably achievable” (ALARA), and governments should take into account the latest scientific research and evidence when creating legislation and regulations to protect public health.
In conclusion, the RF Safe Score (RSS) algorithm and the QuantaCase™ offer a practical and effective solution for reducing exposure to cell phone radiation. While governments have a responsibility to create legislation to protect public health, individuals also have a responsibility to take steps to reduce their own exposure to cell phone radiation. The QuantaCase™ and the RF Safe Score (RSS) algorithm provide a comprehensive solution for protecting oneself and loved ones from the potential health risks associated with cell phone radiation. Don’t wait any longer, protect yourself and your loved ones with the QuantaCase™ and the RF Safe Score (RSS) algorithm today.