The Stealth Radar Shield is a unique device developed using advanced radar-absorbing and stealth technology once reserved only for the United States Department of Defense. It actually absorbs radiation emitting from the earpiece of wireless phones and, as a result, reduces radiation emitted from the earpiece by up to 98 percent.
By utilizing special materials, the Stealth Radar Shield protects the user from electromagnetic radiation emitted by the earpiece of wireless phones.
The Wireless Controversy
As with any new technology, wireless phones did not arrive without controversy. Numerous studies have been conducted by private industry, academia and the government, some of which reflect a concern that over-exposure to electromagnetic waves from cellular and cordless phones can result in real health risks. Much can be said on both sides of this controversy. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reports that while research has produced conflicting results, no studies to date have demonstrated a significant adverse health effect from exposure to radiofrequency (RF) radiation. However, as with any new technology, studies have yet to demonstrate the effects of long-term use and exposure. In May of 2001, FDA officials reported "We are 100 percent certain that we do not know the long-term effects of RF radiation on the human organism."*
To date, studies have only evaluated an average period of about three years of phone use. As a result, it is generally agreed upon that there is not enough information at this point to conclude that prolonged use of cordless or cellular phones - specifically when such phones are placed directly against the head - is without risk.
Are Cellular Phones Safe?
To ensure safety and, because no long-term studies are available, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently established maximum limits on the energy, or radiation, that cellular and cordless phones can emit. These guidelines limit the Specific Absorption Ratio (SAR) of wireless phones. Recently, the FCC compiled a list reflecting the SAR of many popular cellular phones. This list can be viewed online at .
When you acknowledge the fact that limits have been set by the Federal Government on phone-emitted radio frequencies (RF), it is prudent to assume that some risk may indeed exist in the use of wireless phones. Consumers should be given the opportunity to know what potential health consequences they may experience as a result of using cellular and cordless phones. Until all the facts are in, the best offense consumers have is a good defense.