SPOT MEASURES OF ELECTROMAGNETIC POLLUTION
REPORTS OF COMPLIANCE
They allow to get a picture of
electromagnetic pollution present in a given site and can be
1) broadband measures: they provide
the total value of the electric or magnetic field over a wide
frequency range. The frequency interval to be analyzed can be
divided into low frequency measurements (0 Hz - 10 kHz)
directed to detect the electromagnetic pollution generated by
power lines and processing plants, and high frequency measurements
(10 kHz - 300 GHz) that detect the electromagnetic pollution
of antennas for mobile, wi-fi, radio and TV. The frequency range
is depending by the measuring instrument and the type of probe
2) narrowband measures to assess,
if the legal limits are exceeded, the different contributions
to the field generated by various sources involved to create
EMF pollution in the area under investigation. These measures
are also known as selective.
The measurements are carried
out by following the procedures defined by the IEC 211-6 (edition
5908 file I°) and 211-7 (the First Edition 5909 issue) and by
taking into account the regulatory framework law 36/2001 and
its implemention regulation defined in Prime Ministerial Decree
of 8 July 2003.
REPORTS OF COMPLIANCE TESTING
Allow to predict the electromagnetic impact of installing a radio telecommunications system.
Activity includes a comprehensive set of measures of the emf background and the simulation software certified by the value of the field level generated by the system to be installed.
Allows the evaluation of the impact of installing a electromagnetic radio telecommunications system; the procedure tends to measure the total electromagnetic field after the activation of the base telecom station itself, in order to certify its compliance against the regulations.
have a view of towns where emf measurements were made.