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Questions about Trifield RF Meter

Discussion in 'Hypersensitivity and Intolerance' started by Womble, Feb 22, 2014.

  1. Womble

    Womble

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    I think I finally have to take the plunge and buy a Trifield Meter, for my RF sensitivity,

    ...but have some serious questions:

    1. Will the meter just measure activity of things it is extremely close to, or could it detect a cell phone that is in the house but a larger distance away?

    2. Could it detect RF that is coming in from outside agencies such as a neighbor using wi-fi or a smart meter outside the house?

    3. Does it only detect a cell phone when it is receiving or making a call, or can it detect a cell phone that is simply powered on?

    4. Have you ever seen a Trifield Meter give a positive reading even when a cell phone was powered off?

    My main concern is I will spend up to $200 on a meter, and it won't really tell me much useful information. I get sick from a lot of RF including cell phones that are further away and sometimes even off (yes, it is true).

    Maybe you can recommend a good meter that might fit my purposes.

    Would appreciate advice.

    Thanks,
    Womble
     

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