Radio Frequency (RF) Radiation MeasurementsHome pollutants

The information carrying Radio Waves (ICRW) have become part of our daily life. We can’t function or perform effectively without the reliance on wireless technologies. However, that comes at a cost.  

Mounting evidence from thousands of researchers suggests that long-term exposure to RF radiation is detrimental to health. At the cellular level, the human body is sensitive to pulsating signals at any frequency. We are daily coming across spill-over effect from long-term exposure to radiation represented by electro-sensitive part of the community (ES) or electro-hypersensitive (EHS). Their number is increasing by the day. Studies estimate  10% – 12% of World population is EHS.

Our duty at “Less Rad for You” is to lessen that cost to as low as reasonably attainable (ALARA Principle) without compromising performance. With awareness and affordable mitigation steps, we could reduce the risk of long-term exposure to radiation, paying back in good health and well being. 

Our calibrated RF testing equipment covers a wide range of radio  frequencies, 27 MHz – 6 GHz:

–  RF – Analyser HFE35C   Freq. range: 800 MHz  –  2.5 GHz   Measuring range: 0.1-1999 µW/m²

– RF – Analyzer  HFE59B   Freq. range: 27 MHz – 3.3 GHz   Measuring Range: 0.01-19,999 µW/m²

– RF – Analyzer HFW35C  Freq. range: 2.4 – 6 GHz   Measuring range: 0.1-1999 µW/m²- TTI 

– PSA2701T Spectrum Analyzer 1 MHz – 2.7 GHz

Residential and Commercial Assessment

Our main focus on residential testing is to lower the long-term exposure to RF radiation especially in the sleeping and living sanctuaries, as well as children, play areas. We identify and measure RF levels from indoor as well as outdoor sources. 

We are able to identify and measure RF radiation from the following sources and advise remediation:

  • Cell phones and cell towers 
  • Routers and wireless computers
  • Wi-Fi hotspots
  • WiMAX
  • DECT cordless phones 
  • Bluetooth devices
  • Smart meters
  • Microwave Ovens
  • Baby monitors
  • Wireless security systems
  • Radar
  • FM Radio and TV stations
  • Digital audio and video broadcasting (DAB & DVB)
  • Other wireless communication devices from 2.4 GHz to 6 GHz, such as wireless LAN and some radars.


Smart phone communicating with cell tower

Figure(1): Smart Phone communicating with Cell  tower on real-time basis, measured by HF59B and logged by NFA1000


Smart meter sending beacon signal to the utility

Fig (2): Smart Meter beacon signal communicating with Neighbor Area Network (NAN) measured by HF59B and logged by NFA1000


Building Biology  Safety Standards (SBM-2008)

Exposure Type Units No Concern Slight Concern Severe Concern Extreme Concern
Radio frequency power density levels µW/m² < 0.1 0.1 – 10 10 – 1000 > 1000

 New Zealand’s radio frequency  power density safety level  is 10,000,000 µW/m² !