[maemo-users] Bluetooth headphones and mp3's

From: James Sparenberg james at linuxrebel.org
Date: Wed Sep 26 19:29:26 EEST 2007
On Wednesday 26 September 2007 04:54:17 Berhan SOYLU wrote:
> James;
> Thanks for your funny explanation :)
> I'm using Nokia e60 that I think its sound quality is one of the best. I
> speak nearly 30 mins, when I hold phone in my right hand, right side of my
> brain afflicts, and vice versa... There is no headache with head set.. When
> I argue with my girlfriend on the phone, i feel all off my brain is gonna
> explode :)
> Berhan..

Wait until you are talking to your wife!  (as in girlfriend becomes wife!)  
But I digress.  

Does anyone know of a utility I can use to monitor the output levels of the BT 
radio?  Not for headache study but for looking into the dropouts.  


> On 9/26/07, James Knott <james.knott at rogers.com> wrote:
> > Berhan SOYLU wrote:
> > > One of my friends sad to me who is a Electronics and Communications
> > > Engineer.
> > > I googled..
> > > According to SAR limit it is harmful for brain. But governments do not
> > > allow illegal SAR limits to produce.
> > >
> > > i.e
> >
> > http://www.businessweek.com/technology/content/apr2005/tc20050427_5651.ht
> >m
> >
> > > I am confused to believe my engineer friend or the businessweek...
> > > Real world have lots of lies for consumption maddness... May be this
> > > may have been a lie, not harmfull for brain.
> >
> > Risk is dependent on exposure level.  The more power involved, the
> > greater the risk.  An excellent comparison is microwave ovens vs WiFi or
> > Bluetooth.  The power levels used in the ovens are without a doubt
> > harmful.  The levels in WiFi and Bluetooth are below what's considered
> > safe.  Please remember you can never prove anything is safe.  You can
> > only fail to show risk.  Also, the risk from microwaves is not cancer,
> > as that is non-ionizing radiation, unlike ultraviolet and X-ray
> > radiation. There may be problems caused by heating etc.
> >
> > > For instance they say the cellular phone is not harmful but when I
> > > speak to much with mobile phone, there comes a headache...
> >
> > That may be due to who you're talking to.  ;-)
> > Actually, some phones have very poor audio quality, which may trigger
> > headaches.
> >
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