Dubai's Mobile Emissions Compliant with International ICNIRP Standards
Published on: 11th Mar 2014
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By: Ian Mansfield
The UAE's telecoms regulator the TRA says that it has completed a technical survey that measures mobile radiation levels across the Emirates.
The results revealed that mobile services including GSM, UMTS and LTE within the measured sites in Dubai have emission levels well below the international ICNIRP guidelines for exposure, including the levels of exposure for the general public and Non-Ionizing radiations. All recorded readings at all locations in Dubai were well within limits with the International ICNIRP standards.
Such field studies are regularly carried out by the TRA to affirm the commitment of national service providers with the safety standards set by the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection and aligned with international best practices.
The survey measured radiation levels of 50 chosen base stations in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Al Ain and the Northern Emirates for both UAE licensed telecom operators to ensure that both the regulatory policy and the international ICNIRP standards are met.
Their emissions policy is in line with the regulations laid down by the International Commission for Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP).