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 What kind of waves do cell phones use?

Answer Cellular phones use radio waves to transmit information. The waves have low-emission levels, smaller than those required for TV and FM radio transmission. According to the Federal Citizen Informati... Read More »
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How Do Cell Phones Make Sound Into Electronic Waves?

Cell phone is a shortened term for cellular phone service. The communication between cell phones or cell phones and landline phones is handled by cellular phone towers. These towers are all over th... Read More »
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What kind of radiation do cell phones emit?

Cell phones emit radiofrequency energy in low levels, comparable to that produced by microwaves. While RF energy is non-ionizing radiation--it does not ionize atoms and molecules--large doses can c... Read More »
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What is the difference between radio waves&cell phone waves?

Cell phone signals are transmitted through the medium of electromagnetic waves. The types of waves that make up the electromagnetic spectrum include (in part) radio waves, microwaves, infrared wave... Read More »
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Should cell phones be banned from schools when cell phones help in emergencies?

On One Hand: Cause More Problems Than SolveCell phones can help students in emergencies but may cause more problems than they solve. Problems reported by Public School Review include the use of mob... Read More »
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