In Summary, the paper looked at several scenarios and found that a worst case scenario would have the radiofrequency radiation in excess of allowable limits until 10 feet away from the antennas.
"This paper examines the relationship between RF transmit power levels from a small cell antenna site and the power density level (or exposure) as a function of distance from that site. The
distance at which power density falls below the exposure threshold set by the FCC can be
calculated based on the total output power of the small cell site. This can be used to set a minimum distance between the installation and a dwelling in order to comply with FCC
In summary, for a hypothetical deployment of 3 carriers at a robust power level, in order to comply with FCC/FDA power limits, the antenna site should not be placed closer than 11 feet from a dwelling.
the antenna site should not be placed closer than 11 feet from a dwelling. At a little over 9 feet, the power level from the antenna is equivalent to power from a cell phone."
This means that radiation levels that exceed FCC limits are on our property!
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