Now all the cell-phone would have been soon be carrying radiation tags and for this it will have to displayed the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) value on the mobile handset on or before 1st September 2012.
Minister of State for Communications and Information Technology Milind Deora informed in Rajya Sabha that Department of Telecommunications has adopted SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) level for mobile handsets as 1.6 Watt/Kg, averaged over a mass of 1 gram of human tissue. On 25th January 2012, all the indigenous manufacturers have been instructed to make necessary changes in the design, software and packaging in compliance with these instructions by 01.09.2012.
Deora said, to regulate indigenous as well as imported mobile phones, Bureau of Indian Standard (BIS) has been requested to frame standards for all mobile phones under the BIS Act 1986. All cell phone handsets sold in the marked in India will comply with relevant Bureau of Indian Standard’s (BIS) benchmark.
(With inputs from Agencies)
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