Tag: EMF messaging
New spectrum policy book features PolicyTracker analysts
Mar 07, 2022
by Martin Sims

PolicyTracker is delighted to announce the publication of a new collection of essays featuring several of our staff and many well-known names in the spectrum policy world. The Debates Shaping Spectrum Policy is published by the Taylor and Francis Group and is available in hardback or as an ebook. From… Read more...

It’s time to ignite the spark of curiosity
Feb 04, 2022
by Jonathan Watson

ANFR, the French spectrum management agency, regularly publishes information about exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF). Ofcom in the UK and other administrations are carrying out similar work. They hope that this will help to reassure people that 5G is not a health risk. But Gilles Brégant, the head of ANFR,… Read more...

French 5G study shows little or no increase in EMF levels
Feb 03, 2022
by Richard Haas

There is little difference between electromagnetic radiation levels before and after the installation of 5G equipment, according to a new study from French spectrum management agency ANFR. Read more...

GSMA and academics seek more ways to quell EMF worries
Dec 06, 2021
by Dugie Standeford

New guidance from the mobile sector and new approaches from academia seek to strengthen the science while acknowledging the politics involved in tackling 5G radiofrequency electromagnetic field (RF-EMF) concerns. Read more...

What are anti-radiation products and what can be done about them?
Oct 05, 2021
by Richard Haas

Anti-radiation products have been around for years. But what do they really do, and why are they so popular? Read more...

MNOs offer guidance for local communities on 5G myths and use cases
Sep 27, 2021
by Dugie Standeford

Mobile network operators (MNOs) hope a new guide focused on local communities will help reduce attacks on 5G and spur business cases. Read more...

New Dossier and Research Note on mobiles and health
Apr 16, 2021
by PolicyTracker

Over the past few months PolicyTracker has published articles and organised a webinar on strategies for communicating messages about EMF (electromagnetic frequencies). Our latest Research Note considers how industry can improve its approach and is written by a corporate communications expert, Dr Mary Longhurst. This follows on from a previous… Read more...

How should we communicate messages about mobiles and health?
Apr 16, 2021
by PolicyTracker

One part of spectrum management is helping the public understand the effect that using the airwaves has on human health. The best scientific opinion tells us there is no danger if the safety limits are observed, but many people believe there is a health risk. This new PolicyTracker Dossier tries… Read more...

Anti-5G campaigns: meeting the communications challenge
Apr 16, 2021
by Mary Longhurst

How should companies and public bodies respond to the emotive messages that have made anti-5G campaigns so effective? In a previous Research Note we analysed anti-5G narratives, here corporate communications expert Dr Mary Longhurst examines existing industry messaging on 5G and considers how it can be improved. Read more...

Australian consultation on proposed changes to class licences
Mar 10, 2021
by Toby Youell

The Australian Communications and Media Authority is consulting on proposed changes to some of its class licences to include references to equipment rules. This follows recent legislation that replaces the ACMA's power to make standards with a power to make rules. The consultation also includes proposals related to harmonising EMF… Read more...