Building science and radiofrequency radiation What makes smart and healthy buildings

" There is an urgent need to implement strategies for no- or low-RFR emitting technologies, and shielding, in building design and retrofitting. These strategies include installing wired (not wireless) Internet networks, corded rather than cordless phones, and cable or wired connections in building systems (e.g., mechanical, lighting, security). Building science can profit from decades of work to institute performance parameters, operationalizing prudent guidelines and best practices. The goal is to achieve RFR exposures that are ALARA, “As Low As Reasonably Achievable.”" {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 Clegg, F. M., Sears, M., Friesen, M., Scarato, T., Metzinger, R., Russell, C. L., ... & Miller, A. B. (2019). Building science and radiofrequency Radiation: What makes smart and healthy buildings. Building and Environment, 106324. This article is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

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