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What devices produce pulse EMF

Paul
Can someone tell me what devices produce pulse EMF?

I live in a 2-bedroom flat (4th floor out of 9). Probably 8 months ago I bought a 3-axis EMF meter (50Mhz-3,5GHz). Several weeks ago I noticed in my bedroom that there is a signal that every 10 seconds produces a field that my meter measures as ~1000 mV/m or 1400 mqW/m2 (40cm from the window). The greatest signal strength (around 4000mV/m is when I move my meter outside through the window and direct it to the right. This is continuous day and night, the field hits the peak and then step by step drops down to zero (not immediately). What I also noticed is that the field was gone for about a week or two. I cannot detect this signal in front of the residential block. When I walk with the meter up and down the staircase, I cannot attribute this signal to any of the neighboring flats, though the reading is highest in front of the staircase windows, probably 2 floors above. I am really concerned about my health, especially that I do not really know how to protect my family, as the source is unknown. The second room at the opposite side of the flat is free from this field. Please share your opinions on this topic.
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Re: What devices produce pulse EMF

Fog Top
Cell phones, cordless phones, cell towers, antennas, smart meters, baby monitors, Wi-Fi and more are in the frequency range detected by your EMF meter.  Windows, if not the Low-E type, are transparent to wireless frequencies which may be why the measurements are so high there.  Sheet rock, wood, vinyl siding also offer little protection from RF.  Heavy stucco, thick bricks or cement give some blockage - metal siding blocks the best.  A friend became ill when a 4G antenna was installed near her house.  She purchase rolls of heavy foil sheeting by Radiant Guard and put it on her ceiling and walls and covered her windows with metal window screen.  She said it made a world of difference to her health.  A community of ES people in Arizona use regular grocery store aluminum foil on their walls overlapping the edges and say it works just as well as more expensive stuff.  Some glue the foil to the walls and then plaster and paint over it.  You may need to put this on your floor since you are not on ground level.  Best wishes to you and your family while trying to live in this radio frequency hell we now call home!

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Can someone tell me what devices produce pulse EMF?

I live in a 2-bedroom flat (4th floor out of 9). Probably 8 months ago I bought a 3-axis EMF meter (50Mhz-3,5GHz). Several weeks ago I noticed in my bedroom that there is a signal that every 10 seconds produces a field that my meter measures as ~1000 mV/m or 1400 mqW/m2 (40cm from the window). The greatest signal strength (around 4000mV/m is when I move my meter outside through the window and direct it to the right. This is continuous day and night, the field hits the peak and then step by step drops down to zero (not immediately). What I also noticed is that the field was gone for about a week or two. I cannot detect this signal in front of the residential block. When I walk with the meter up and down the staircase, I cannot attribute this signal to any of the neighboring flats, though the reading is highest in front of the staircase windows, probably 2 floors above. I am really concerned about my health, especially that I do not really know how to protect my family, as the source is unknown. The second room at the opposite side of the flat is free from this field. Please share your opinions on this topic.


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Re: What devices produce pulse EMF

Paul
Thank you very much for your prompt response. I will do some research on the topics you mentioned.
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Re: What devices produce pulse EMF

Karl
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Some chargers will do that as well.