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  1. Posts : 97
    Win 10 Pro 64b 22H2
       #21

    sportster said:
    Update: Got my Magnetic Ferrite Core Cord RFI EMI Noise Suppressor cable clip. Installed it on all necessary
    cables. Noticeable improvement. Done a test on my canon G2010 printer. Healthier and nicer photocopying result.
    This things are not a waste of money as some might think.
    So, noticeable improvement. How? What did you measure, before and after installation? Feelings don't count.

    Healthier and nicer photocopying result. How is this measured? Healthier? WTF is that?

    Oh yeah, and you did waste your money. Unless you live right next to a high powered radio transmitter. But I doubt that.
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  2. Posts : 837
    10 Pro/11 Pro Dual Boot
       #22

    AK6DN said:
    So, noticeable improvement. How? What did you measure, before and after installation? Feelings don't count.

    Healthier and nicer photocopying result. How is this measured? Healthier? WTF is that?

    Oh yeah, and you did waste your money. Unless you live right next to a high powered radio transmitter. But I doubt that.
    Without the EMI it made the colors brighter, silly
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  3. Posts : 278
    Windows 10 Pro
       #23

    sportster said:
    Update: Got my Magnetic Ferrite Core Cord RFI EMI Noise Suppressor cable clip. Installed it on all necessary
    cables. Noticeable improvement. Done a test on my canon G2010 printer. Healthier and nicer photocopying result.
    This things are not a waste of money as some might think.
    Whatever you're sniffing will do you more harm that EMI
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  4. Posts : 254
    Nexus Windows 10 ENT LTSC 2021 64bit
    Thread Starter
       #24

    AK6DN said:
    So, noticeable improvement. How? What did you measure, before and after installation? Feelings don't count.

    Healthier and nicer photocopying result. How is this measured? Healthier? WTF is that?

    Oh yeah, and you did waste your money. Unless you live right next to a high powered radio transmitter. But I doubt that.
    tomdsr said:
    Without the EMI it made the colors brighter, silly
    The photocopying result just look noticeable healthier and nicer. Even my audio and display while gaming. A snapshot of my healthier and nicer desktop, only at 1280X720p resolution. Btw i have ordered a low price EMF meter to check my environment's
    EMF level. Might keep members updated.

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  5. Posts : 747
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bits
       #25

    Hearsepilot said:
    Whatever you're sniffing will do you more harm that EMI
    That depends what the person is sniffing, but you have a point...

    I did look at EMF shielding on Amazon and all of them looked very promising; thousands of positive reviews seemed to support their effectiveness as well. My search for scientific study on the subject contradicted layman reviews, quote:

    4.2. Shielding against EMF-emitting devices

    Another recent phenomenon is a variety of products appeared on the market called "health chips", "EMF radiation protection chips", "mobile phone shields", etc., that supposedly reduce the adverse health effects of mobile phones by "reducing radiation levels" or "reducing the gradients of the magnetic fields" or "smoothing the peaks", or "alter the radiation into a form that does not produce adverse health effects", or "transform and neutralize the harmful effects of EMFs by radiating a protective field when placed directly on devices", etc. These are usually in the form of patches that the users should stick on their mobile phones and other electronic devices, supposedly protecting them from the radiation emitted by these devices. This does not seem to bear any scientific explanation.

    One cannot modify the radiation (frequency, waveform) once it has been emitted by a device. One can only attenuate it (reduce its intensity). Modification would only be possible by modifying the electronic circuits within the devices. Even if that were the case with these products, which is not, once the emitted signal is modified or attenuated, the device (mobile phone, etc.) would lose its ability to connect with the network and communicate. If one simply attenuates the signal without modifying it, which is possible, the mobile phone again will have difficulty in establishing connection with the base antennas and automatically will emit a stronger signal/radiation/EMF in order to be able to connect/communicate (Panagopoulos, 2011). This is why it is dangerous to put the mobile phone within any kind of metal box/sheath/holster etc. in order to carry it on the clothes/body while it is turned on. Any such product will attenuate the incoming signal, and thus it will attenuate the connectivity of the mobile phone. The less the connectivity is, the stronger the emission of the device becomes in order
    to be able to connect with the network.

    Therefore, it hardly makes any sense that sticking a patch on a mobile phone or any other electronic device would have a protective effect on the user. On the contrary, it may increase risk. As with metal patches on the walls, metal patches on mobile phones and other EMF-emitting devices may increase exposure due to "corner effects", and interference at unpredictable locations. Thus, they should be avoided.
    Source

    I did not order anything from Amazon, but will look at how to eliminate Wi-Fi, that 10x worse than mobile devices, in my house...
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  6. Posts : 254
    Nexus Windows 10 ENT LTSC 2021 64bit
    Thread Starter
       #26

    Cr00zng said:
    That depends what the person is sniffing, but you have a point...

    I did look at EMF shielding on Amazon and all of them looked very promising; thousands of positive reviews seemed to support their effectiveness as well. My search for scientific study on the subject contradicted layman reviews, quote:



    Source

    I did not order anything from Amazon, but will look at how to eliminate Wi-Fi, that 10x worse than mobile devices, in my house...
    How about getting one of this below to protect yourself from wifi EMF. This product has positive reviews.
    WiFi Cover Emf Protection WiFi Router Cover Radiation Shielding WiFi Guard Emf Faraday Cage for Router 13.8IN 15.7IN : Amazon.sg: Electronics
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  7. Posts : 18,147
    Windows 11 Pro
       #27
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  8. Posts : 97
    Win 10 Pro 64b 22H2
       #28

    sportster said:
    How about getting one of this below to protect yourself from wifi EMF. This product has positive reviews.
    WiFi Cover Emf Protection WiFi Router Cover Radiation Shielding WiFi Guard Emf Faraday Cage for Router 13.8IN 15.7IN : Amazon.sg: Electronics
    You do know what a Faraday cage is, right?
    Yes, put your WIFI device inside a Faraday cage to eliminate all radiation.
    And see how well your WIFI works.
    I think you are a bit early for April 1st.
    LMFAO.
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  9. Posts : 254
    Nexus Windows 10 ENT LTSC 2021 64bit
    Thread Starter
       #29

    NavyLCDR said:
    Civilian can't afford this, perhaps expert or high ranking officer working for government able to.
    AK6DN said:
    You do know what a Faraday cage is, right?
    Yes, put your WIFI device inside a Faraday cage to eliminate all radiation.
    And see how well your WIFI works.
    I think you are a bit early for April 1st.
    LMFAO.
    Read the reviews, i don't think it will affect wifi signal that a great deal.

    I have find a way to avoid EMF from wifi/radio/tv/mobile. Read my post regarding Quwave Defender.
    This devices is a great help to me but not everyone believe it. Just like traditional health protection charm, the owner
    need to be healthy enough to benefit them.
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  10. Posts : 97
    Win 10 Pro 64b 22H2
       #30

    sportster said:

    Read the reviews, i don't think it will affect wifi signal that a great deal.

    I have find a way to avoid EMF from wifi/radio/tv/mobile. Read my post regarding Quwave Defender.
    This devices is a great help to me but not everyone believe it. Just like traditional health protection charm, the owner
    need to be healthy enough to benefit them.
    Well if the Faraday bag does not affect the WIFI signal it will also do nothing to shield you from EMF.
    A WIFI signal IS EMF. By definition, it is radiated emission.

    2.4G WIFI is basically the same frequency band as a microwave oven.
    Just a lot less power; WIFI in milliwatts, microwave in kilowatts.
    Manufacturers add a massive amount of shielding to a microwave oven to confine the radiation to the interior of the device and minimize leakage.

    If you are really intent on minimizing EMF exposure, then don't use a cell phone.
    Don't use WIFI, use hardwired networks.
    And move out of a city into the middle of nowhere.
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