The OnePlus One Official SAR Radiation Level
The OnePlus One Official SAR Radiation Level score amounts to 1.092W/kg. Below (but not by much) the legally allowed limit of 1.6W/kg. This limit is set by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the United States. An FCC filing is required in order to ensure that a smartphone meets legal standards. FCC testing shows the thermal effect of electromagnetic radiation in the SAR value.
The OnePlus One Official SAR Radiation Level score of 1.092W/kg is the peak value measured for simultaneous transmissions. With cellular including LTE data, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth all turned on at a set distance from the body. It’s important to remember that the FCC permits phone makers to set their own correct usage patterns. The distance in particular, so for instance OnePlus considers that one should wear the phone in a case or a holster that separates the device 0.6 inches (1.5cm) from the body. Keep that in mind when reading those numbers. Since many people would just carry a phone with no case in their pocket, which results in much higher SAR levels.
The OnePlus One Official SAR Radiation Level of 0.35W/kg near-the-ear (head SAR) and 0.8W/kg near the body.
What is SAR?
SAR, a measurement that stands for Specific Absorption Rate, shows the thermal effect of electromagnetic radiation of a smartphone.
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