On Wed, 23 Jun 1999, Shane Dempsey wrote:
> I don't think that a mobile
> phone can generate even a watt of ouput but waves are small enough in
> oscillation period to penetrate cell walls etc.
2 Watts, actually, while talking or searching for a network. Also, the
resonant (sp?) frequency of the water molecule is around 900 MHz. MW
ovens work that way.
> ...shane >
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