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Broadcast transmitters

Radio waves make up a large portion of our radio-frequency electromagnetic environment. Similar to television transmitters, broadcast transmitters also have to cover a very large regional area.

As a result, the power output of a given transmitter can be quite high: FM radio up to 100 kW, shortwave radio ca. 750 kW, AM radio ca. 1.8 MW. The frequencies of the various transmitters vary almost as greatly as their power output: FM radio 88 to 108 MHz, shortwave radio 6 to 10 MHz, AM radio 1.4 MHz.

As far as biological effects go, analog broadcast transmitters emit unpulsed signals and therefore can be regarded as considerably less critical than digital broadcast transmitters (DAB-T) and cell towers, which use a fraction of the power but emit pulsed signals.

The following companies offer products protecting against RF or wireless radiation:

Floors Biologa    
Walls Biologa Rigips klimaPOR
  STO BioSol KS
Windows NEHER BioSol Biologa
Doors NEHER BioSol Biologa
Ceilings Rigips BioSol Biologa
Roofs Bauder Ziegelmeier  
Rooms Biologa Rigips STO
  BioSol KS  

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