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Swiss startup launches patch to reduce mobile phone radiation

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Swiss startup Fazup announces today the launch of its innovative solution to drastically reduce mobile phone radiation.

According to a report on mobile phone radiation in Scientific American last March, “Cell phones and other wireless devices emit EF radiation continually, even if they are not being actively used, because they are always communicating with cell towers.”

In the same report, Jon Samet, a professor of preventive medicine and dean of the Colorado School of Public Health, said that “findings ‘confirm that RF radiation exposure has biological effects’ in rats, some of them ‘relevant to carcinogenesis.'”

Mobile phone radiation was classified by the World Health Organization as ‘possibly carcinogenic to humans’ in 2011, and there is currently no global scientific consensus on this subject. This lack of clarity and regulation, means that nothing is being done to protect mobile phone users from radiation.

Mobile Phone Radiation Patch

Now, Swiss startup Fazup has released an extra thin patch including a passive antenna that regulates and reduces the radiation emitted by the mobile phone towards the head when a call is made and towards the body when a person carries a phone on their person.

For the patch to be effective, it must be placed in a specific position for each phone model. To make this easy for users, Fazup has developed and patented a smart positioning tool included in each product kit, which helps users to install the patch to its optimal position with millimeter precision.

According to a press release, SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) is the only international standard applicable for all cell phones in the market. It quantifies the maximum amount of energy absorbed by the user’s head and the body when communicating (energy = heat).

Safe levels of SAR for head and body must be < 2W/kg. In the laboratory tests, the SAR is measured in the worst network coverage conditions, when your mobile phone works at maximum emission power.

After 13 years of research and testing, Fazup has finally achieved a practical and effective anti-radiation solution, which is scientifically proven to reduce SAR levels of mobile phone, making head and body less exposed to harmful electromagnetic waves.

Fazup delivers the average SAR reduction of 80%, increasing to 99% for certain cell phone models and frequency bands. All SAR tests were conducted by EMITECH, French COFRAC accredited laboratory (French Accreditation Committee) used by French Radiofrequency Agency (ANFR) and French Sanitary Agency (ANSES) for their SAR measurements.

After all the encouraging results obtained in the lab, the Fazup co-founders Antoine Samakh and Mathieu Samakh decided to assess the impact of the patch on the everyday life of frequent users of mobile phones.

The results showed that 85% of testers who suffered from headaches or other feelings of discomfort had seen real improvements or total disappearance of negative symptoms such as sleep disorders, tinnitus, tingling, heating of the phone / or ear, etc.

Fazup was created, because its co-founders, Antoine and Mathieu, knew that it might take many years for scientists to get to a consensus whilst there are millions of people today who are degrading their health totally unaware they are constantly overexposed to mobile radiation.

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Tim Hinchliffe
Tim Hinchliffe is a veteran journalist whose passions include writing about how technology impacts society and Artificial Intelligence. He prefers writing in-depth, interesting features that people actually want to read. Previously, he worked as a reporter for the Ghanaian Chronicle in West Africa, and Colombia Reports in South America. tim@sociable.co