Folks – it is definitely wakey wakey time. Smart meters are WEAPONS. They are designed to KILL US. Pulsed microwave radiation attacks the nervous system. The pulses disrupt the signals from our brain to our body and act like a jackhammer on our system, causing severe electrical disturbance that can lead to deadly heart irregularities, cell damage, mitochondrial disruption, headaches and damage to the blood brain barrier, sleep disturbances, “tinnitus”, muscle spasms, and much more. Over time, the entire body will break down from exposure to these devices. We have got wake up and fight back. It’s either that, or many people will die.
PG&E Smart Meters Pulse Harmful RF 10K-190K Times Daily with Peak Power 2.5X What’s Stated in Safety Data
By B.N. Frank
Californians were having problems with Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) long before the more recent deadly wildfires and planned blackouts. Much of it had to do with the company’s Smart Meters which also catch fire and explode (see 1, 2).
Some customers took legal action when they became sick after the company installed these meters on their homes. Sickness is NOT uncommon from exposure to ALL wireless sources. Unfortunately, Smart Meters emit biologically harmful RF 24/7 (see 1, 2, 3, 4). Of course, some will tolerate their emissions better than others.
Thanks to EMF Safety Network for sharing what they learned about PG&E Smart Meter RF emissions:
In April of 2010 the EMF Safety Network filed an application with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) asking for hearings on health impacts, including Smart Meter radio frequency (RF) emissions data. We wrote:
“PG&E’s paltry, inconsistent and contradictory information on RF emissions from Smart Meters is unbelievable and at odds with other RF expert findings. Several PG&E bulletins and spokespersons make varying claims on how often the Smart Meter electric meters transmit RF, anywhere from every hour to every 4 to 6 hours to 2% or 4% of the time.
We just wanted the facts, but the CPUC rubber stamped PG&E’s claims of RF safety and dismissed our application stating:
“All radio devices in PG&E’s Smart Meters are licensed or certified by the FCC and comply with all FCC requirements.”
Smart Meters produce RF emissions far below the levels of many commonly used devices.”
PG&E provides information from Richard Tell Associates on their website titled, “Supplemental Report on An Analysis of Radiofrequency Fields Associated with Operation of the PG&E SmartMeter Program Upgrade System” This report states Smart Meters transmit at 1 watt with 0 antennae gain. It claims:
The 1 watt transmitter is configured to transmit data approximately once every four hours back to the company so its duty cycle is very small (the actual data transmission duration during any four hour period will vary, however, depending on how often a particular meter transmitter acts as a repeater for other nearby meters).
From PG&E’s Smart Meter FAQ: SmartMeters™ utilize a low power (1 watt) wireless radio to send customer energy-usage information wirelessly to PG&E for data collection.….Do electric SmartMeters™ constantly emit RF? PG&E answers:
No. SmartMeters™ communicate intermittently, with each RF-signal typically lasting from 2 to 20 milliseconds. These intermittent signals total, on average, 45 seconds per day. For the other 23 hours and 59 minutes of the day, the meter is not transmitting any RF.
In a letter to Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey, the FCC writes, “the devices [Smart Meters] normally transmit for less than one second a few times a day and consumers are normally tens of feet or more from the meter face…”
All right, enough with the false claims! Just give us some real facts! Recently CPUC administrative law judge Amy Yip-Kikugawa ordered all investor owned utilities (IOU’s ) to answer Smart Meter radio frequency (RF) questions. PG&E’s answers are an astounding confession! Question 2: How many times in total (average and maximum) is a smart meter scheduled to transmit during a 24-hour period?
PG&E says the average number of RF pulses for the electric meter would be about 10,000, per meter, per day and the maximum number over 190,000.
90% of these pulses are for the mesh network maintenance (signals bouncing from homes) and only 6 pulses are for reading the meter data. This doesn’t include Home Area Network transmissions.
How about peak power figures? The PG&E electric meter transmits at 900MHz with 1 watt of transmit power. It has an antennae gain 4.0 dBi for a peak level power of 2.5 watts. That’s two and a half times more than their safety data stated.
The wireless gas meters transmit between 4 and 5 times a day at 132-794 mW.