In today world electromagnetic fields are all around us, no matter where you live these days. These include power lines, televisions, household electrical wiring, appliances and microwaves. Other then we have the information-carrying radio waves of cell phones, cell phone towers and wireless internet connections.
Wireless internet is a kind of radio wave that operates at either 2.4 or 5 gigahertz – slightly higher than your cell phone. Since they are designed to allow for transmission of very large amounts of data without wires from one computer to another, wireless internet radio waves also release greater amounts electromagnetic radiation.
Wireless internetsignals do not bend, and you usually can’t get much of a useful bounce from them, either. This low-cost network model offers the prospect of broadband service reaching inside many more households.
Because wireless internet uses unlicensed bands of the radio range, by law it must rely on low-power transmitters, which reduce its ability to go through walls.
What link the condition has to exposure to electromagnetic fields from sources such as radar dishes, mobile phone signals and, wireless internet hotspots etc.
The health dangers associated with electromagnetic fields and information-carrying radio waves from cell phones, wireless internet routers and cell phone towers is of course a major problem for the users as well to general public.
It would be sensible to only use your laptop for short-term, such as when traveling, and using a desktop for the routine work more when using a wireless internet.