The RF analyzer came yesterday, the HF 35C by Gigahertz Solutions. Its name reminds me of The Nimbus 2000. Like Potter’s broom (or wand for that matter), it feels a bit numinous, like it has some special power. When I angle it toward the meter it chirps, then makes frantic static sounds as it picks up the waves traveling through the air, like some teeming world I had never known before.
I still need to learn what the numbers mean. It’s obvious when they go off the charts (past 900) and the meter gets louder, that this is a higher level of RF radiation.
An Edison employee who spoke at the 10/12/11 Calabasas City Council meeting compared Smart Meters to cell phones. He said a cell phone held to one’s head emitted 5000 micro-watts per centimeter squared; but, he said, measuring at a distance of three feet, a Smart Meter emitted 40 micro-watts per centimeter squared.
But what does that mean then when our analyzer standing that close has a much higher number? It chirped or read (in that pulsing every several seconds way) 500, 600, and we got some in the 900′s. Anyway, I obviously need a math major/engineer to help, and when I learn I will post instructions for others.
Note: Here is the link for the 10/12/11 the Calabasas City Council Meeting. Scroll to item 13. Worth viewing (including a woman, quite credible, who discussed health effects after the installation of her Smart Meter).http://calabasas.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=2&clip_id=3450