Is your modem safe?

January 20, 2024

How would you like to make your home and family EMR-safer this year?

We’re back and ready to help you.

Let’s start by talking about what’s usually the highest source of wireless radiation in the home: the wireless modem. Many modern modems are extremely high-powered and emit radiofrequency radiation over a very large area.

I speak to lots of people who think their modems are radiation-free when they’re not, so today I’d like to share some of the common misconceptions I encounter and let you know what you can do about them.

Misconception 1: My modem is safe because I turn off the WiFi button on the modem.

This doesn’t usually turn off the radiation that the modem emits.

Misconception 2: My modem is safe because it’s connected to my equipment with wires.

Doing this doesn’t stop the radiation because modems will still broadcast a wireless signal when devices are connected by cables.

Misconception 3: My modem isn’t a problem because I turn it off at night.

That means your modem is only safe when no one’s using it!

Misconception 4: My modem is safe because the wireless function has been turned off in the settings.

This may stop the modem from emitting radiation temporarily, however, future updates to software/firmware and modem resets can turn on the wireless function again without you even knowing.

The good news is that you don’t need wireless equipment to have internet access or a landline phone.

We have radiation-free equipment for safe internet and landline phones. Why not set up a radiation-free network right now to get your year off to a good start?

Take a look at our radiation-free equipment for safe internet and landline phones.

To obtain a quote, please fill in the form on this link.

What can you do?

  • Measure the radiation from your modem and wireless devices with one of our wireless meters.

  • Set up radiation-free workstation for your kids to do their homework.

  • forward this email to others to inform them, too.