Possible health concerns due to mobile radio frequency (RF) radiation has been the subject of public and media attention. Many studies have been published on this topic, and other research is still ongoing. To date, scientific data show that there is no clear link between wireless phones and adverse health effects.
RF radiation is measured by the Specific Absorbtion Rate (SAR), a body of internationally accepted standards for radio frequency absorbtion. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) issued a transfer of mobile phone exposure limit guidelines based on existing scientific evidence including limits to ensure public health and safety. All mobile phones sold in the U.S. must comply with FCC standards to stay under a SAR reading of 1.6 watts per kilogram.
Yes. Plantronics has commissioned an independent laboratory to conduct a study measuring the SAR levels when using Plantronics mobile headsets and wireless/cordless headsets.
Updated May 15, 2011