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Terminology of EMF

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EMF (Electromagnetic Field):

An electromagnetic field (sometimes called an EM field) is the space in which an electrical charge can be detected. It is generated when charged particles, such as electrons, are accelerated. All electrically charged particles are surrounded by electric fields. Charged particles in motion produce magnetic fields. When the velocity of a charged particle changes, an electromagnetic field is produced. EMR: In physics, electromagnetic radiation refers to the waves of the electromagnetic field, propagating through space-time, carrying electromagnetic radiant energy. This form of radiation includes visible light, radio waves, gamma rays, and x-rays, in which electric and magnetic fields vary simultaneously.

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EMR (Electromagnetic Radiation):

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Electro-sensitivity (EHS):

More commonly referred to in the medical literature as electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS), electro-sensitivity is a sensitivity to electromagnetic fields, which results in multiple biological effects. The term is often used interchangeably with microwave sickness; however, the latter does not reflect the fact that many individuals are also sensitive to the extremely low frequencies (ELFs) that are not in the RF/microwave range.

Microwave radiation:

Microwave radiation is a form of electromagnetic radiation between radio waves and infrared waves on the electromagnetic spectrum, with frequencies of between 300MHz and 300GHz and wavelengths of between 1 meter and 1 millimeter.

Microwave sickness:

A condition of impaired health reported especially in the Russian medical literature, that is characterized by headaches, anxiety, sleep disturbances, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, and changes in the cardiovascular and central nervous systems, caused by prolonged exposure to low-intensity microwave radiation.

Non-ionizing radiation:

Non-ionizing radiation includes visible, infrared and ultraviolet light; microwaves; radio waves; and radio-frequency energy from cell phones.

Radio-frequency radiation:

Radio-frequency (RF) electromagnetic radiation is the transfer of electromagnetic energy by radio waves. It lies in the frequency range between 3kHz and 300GHz.

Wi-Fi radiation:

Radio-frequency microwave radiation produced by Wi-Fi routers and wireless devices.