|Richard Tell Associates, Inc.|
During November and December, 2012, a comprehensive series of measurements was performed for the Vermont Department of Public Service to evaluate radio frequency (RF) emissions produced by electric smart meters deployed within the state. A primary impetus for the study is the current public concern about smart meter generated RF fields (the signals produced by the meters) and the potential for such fields to cause adverse biological effects. This study was aimed at assessing compliance of smart meter signal intensities with regulations established by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that prescribe limits for safe exposure of humans.
|Vermont Department of Public Service|