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Posted on: June 25th, 2011 by Peter Sierck
The European mini-state of Liechtenstein has adopted the Switzerland exposure limits for cellular transmission antennas. They are currently the lowest permissible exposure limits in Europe. The Swiss threshold level is set at 6 volts per meter (V/m). Most countries, including the United States, follow the international ICNIRP (International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation protection) recommendation of 41 V/m for the 900 MHz range, 58 V/m for the 1800 MHz range and 61V/m for the 2100 MHz frequency range.