LG TE365 User Manual

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y Guidelines

made at different laboratories

on the same phone. SAR is the

measurement of the amount of

energy absorbed in tissue, either by

the whole body or a small part of

the body. It is measured in watts/

kg (or milliwatts/g) of matter. This

measurement is used to determine

whether a wireless phone complies

with safety guidelines.

9. What steps can I take to reduce

my exposure to radiofrequency

energy from my wireless phone?

If there is a risk from these products

- and at this point we do not know

that there is - it is probably very

small. But if you are concerned

about avoiding even potential

risks, you can take a few simple

steps to minimize your exposure

to radiofrequency energy (RF).

Since time is a key factor in how

much exposure a person receives,

reducing the amount of time

spent using a wireless phone will

reduce RF exposure. If you must

conduct extended conversations

by wireless phone every day, you

could place more distance between

your body and the source of the

RF, since the exposure level drops

off dramatically with distance. For

example, you could use a headset

and carry the wireless phone away

from your body or use a wireless

phone connected to a remote

antenna. Again, the scientific data

do not demonstrate that wireless

phones are harmful. But if you are

concerned about the RF exposure

from these products, you can use

measures like those described

above to reduce your RF exposure

from wireless phone use.

10. What about children using

wireless phones?

The scientific evidence does not

show a danger to users of wireless

phones, including children and

teenagers. If you want to take steps

to lower exposure to radiofrequency

energy (RF), the measures described

above would apply to children and

teenagers using wireless phones.

Reducing the time of wireless

phone use and increasing the