AegisGuard™ LS Radiation Shields
have consistently been proven to
provide optimum shielding protection from the
radiation frequencies emitted by cell phones, and other wireless products, without affecting
reception or battery life by
deflecting, or reflecting, the frequencies away from the body at
an angle opposite of the originating source.
have been published since mid-2001 addressing the health risks from frequencies far
below what is required for cellular phones to communicate.
AegisGuard™ products are effective for
frequencies between 5 Hz. to 1.1 THz., which exceeds the maximum
allowable frequencies specified by
Bluetooth, 3G, 4G, 5G and IoT standards and, equally as significant, their
In the United States, the Telecommunications Act of 1996
prohibits state or local governments from rejecting proposed cell phone
towers based on concerns over the potential health effects of radio
frequency emissions, provided those emissions are within the limits
established by the Federal Communications Commission. Incredibly, nobody
has ever been able to demonstrate the emissions are safe.
All phone manufacturers, and the
World Health Organization, warn
consumers not to use a phone held close to their body, or any shielding product claiming to absorb radiation
Radiation Shields deflect radiation). If metal, conductive or
other absorption based shielding material is
used, a phone must compensate for a weaker signal by increasing its
output power, thus increasing its radiation emissions and battery
consumption. Furthermore, absorption based products, like a sponge,
seep (leak) as they become saturated, and deteriorate over time.
Most people believe that
radiation is emitted from a phone's internal or external antenna, or earpiece,
however it is the radio system (transmitter and receiver) that generates
more than four times the amount of radiation as the antenna itself. The amount of radiation
emitted by the radio system is contingent upon its design, obstructions, and the strength
of the signal received from the base station. At least
40% and up to 60% is absorbed by the head and neck.
Phone manufacturers began
introducing models in 1999 without an extendable antenna mast, some of
which incorporate the Bluetooth, 3G, 4G and more recently, 5G standards. (AegisGuard™ shields
deflect radiation emitted by any product operating Yet the entire phone body
has always been part of the radio system and served as an antenna. You can
perform a simple test to confirm this if your phone has a removable
Heat, which serves as the foundation of SAR
thermal test procedures used worldwide as the criteria for determining
wireless product safety, is also emitted from phones. It is, however,
impossible to believe SAR measurements provide an accurate basis for
determining health effects
attributed to cellular phone
radiation because none of these health effects are thermally induced.
AegisGuard™ Radiation Shields are tested at frequencies below,
above, and much longer than the frequencies elapsed amount of time
associated with wireless phones, and all other wireless products. No
other shielding products are tested
as thoroughly, or as long, including shielded
cases, antenna shields, adhesive style coin and earpiece shields, pendants,
etc. In fact, the United States Federal Trade
Commission filed charges against
companies selling coin size adhesive radiation shields and, in May 2003,
from selling these types of products in the United States.