Non ionizing radiation

Non-ionizing radiation, known also a electromagnetic radiation, is not capable to cause ionization, but capable to affect the cells electrically, chemically and thermally.

In this category are included:

  • the static electric and magnetic fields, as those encountered in the natural environment,
  • the low frequency electric and magnetic fields arising in the vicinity of electric power installations,
  • the radiowaves and the microwave frequency fields (e.g. radio and television antennas, mobile phones base stations, radar systems),
  • the infrared radiation,
  • the optical radiation (the visible light),
  • the ultraviolet (UV) radiation.

Non ionizing radiation applications

EEAE has the statutory responsibility for the protection of the general public and the environment against artificially produced non-ionizing radiation and provides relevant information to any interested party. 

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