Thursday, July 28, 2016
SEND IN FCC PUBLIC COMMENTS "DIRTY" ELECTRICITY - August 11, 2016 Deadline
The FCC has finally opened a docket to look at "dirty" electricity and sources of radiated RF from electronics. The FCC standards related to "dirty" electricity, conducted RF, and inadvertently radiated RF have been developed primarily to prevent electronics and transmitters from interfering with each other.
Please write in by August 11, 2016 with a brief synopsis of how "dirty" electricity has affected your health and request that the new standards be set to prevent health effects. The Stetzerizer "dirty" electricity meter was evaluated in Kazakhstan and health standards were set such that no more than 50 G/S units of dirty electricity should be allowed on building wiring to protect health (www.electricalpollution.com/
documents/Sanitary_Norms.pdf). The FCC should adopt this standard and require device and light manufacturers to engineer their devices to put out substantially less than that. Frequencies above the range of the Stetzerizer meter should also have much tighter standards. Their effect is related to capacitive coupling and energy. A signal from the transmitter on a smart meter was found to be in violation of existing limits for conducted RF if the limits went that high (see http:// stopsmartmetersny.org/ debunkingutility.html for more information). Obviously this shows that new standards that extend the full range of existing and future transmitter technology are necessary to protect human health.
Tightening of standards should extend to sources of conducted and radiated RF in cars. Many with RF sickness have trouble with cars due to conducted and radiated RF from components not designed to minimize RF emissions sufficient to protect human health. Sources include, but are not limited to, the alternator, spark plugs and distributor, fuel pump, air conditioning compressor controls, ignition switch, radio systems, and electronic displays. Proper filtering and design could minimize much of this. If this is a problem for you, be sure to mention it and ask that they revise these standards as well to protect human health. Availability of stripped down properly designed models should allow most people with RF sickness to use a car again.
The docket does not explicitly deal with health, but comments should be put in anyway so they know that they have to address the health problems the inadequate standards are causing. Health should certainly fall under point 1b and 4a. Feel free to address other points in the docket as well (attached), especially those with technical expertise.
Please take a moment to submit your comment. This office is not the same as the office responsible for broadband. I know they have had complaints from people about RF on wiring. This is an opportunity to ask the people who can take action to do so. Opening this docket is an indication that they are at least looking seriously at taking action. Let's give them good reason to do so.