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Does faster internet speed equal higher EMF/R exposure
August 3, 2018
4:24 am
Andrea CJ
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This may be an obvious question, but I have to choose between 60mbps or 150mbps internet speed. If I choose the faster internet speed of 150mbps will that mean I’m exposing my home to stronger/more EMF/EMR? Thanks for your help!

August 4, 2018
2:10 pm
Peter Williamson

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Hi Andrea, welcome to the forum. I may not be able to answer the question directly, maybe someone else can. But here are a few considerations.
How do you connect to the internet? Are you using wifi in the house to connect the computer to the modem/router? And how is the service delivered to the house? By cable or by a wireless link? If you are using ethernet in the house (with wifi disabled) and the service is delivered by cable then there is no exposure to microwave EMFs.
If there is a wireless component either inside our outside the house then I would guess as follows:
The higher bandwidth will probably result in a higher peak exposure, as more data is being delivered in a shorter time.
The total exposure (if that makes sense) is probably similar as it’s likely to be mainly a function of the amount of data being transferred.
Which is better or worse? Who knows?
It would be good to get a response from someone who knows more about this.
If you have to use wifi there are usually options to reduce the signal strength/beacon frequency in the router. Or consider a JRS Eco-router (see main site here). There’s lots of information on the main site here about reducing exposure.
Ethernet over power cables (DLAN) might be another option – there’s a good video here . Note the caveat that this is not 100% safe but is probably safer than wifi.
Sorry I can’t offer more help.

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