1. Lowering of the limit value to 0.6 V/m

In agreement with the Council of Europe, which, in its resolution 1815, recommends reducing exposure levels to NIRs first to 0.6 V/m and then to 0.2 V/m, we propose lowering the legal limit values to 0.6 V/m. We consider the latter acceptable insofar as 0.6 V/m corresponds to the values currently measured (see graph below) and that the operators have promised a reduction in the radiation level with 5G.

Nevertheless, we wish to make sure of this by legislating on this issue, since with 15,000 additional antennas in Switzerland, higher bandwidths, millions of new connected devices, and 20,000 new satellites we fear that on the contrary the forced irradiation of the population will only increase. Lowering the limit value to 0.6 V/m is also justified by the fact that the characteristics of the 5G signal are similar to those of wifi, considered by the European Academy for Environmental Medicine (EUROPAEM) to be ten times more harmful than the 4G signal (see table below). 0.6 V/m is the threshold above which a significant impact on cell function can be observed.

  Source: “EUROPAEM EMF Guideline 2016 for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of EMF-related health problems and illnesses”, page 32