RF Exposure

Links to rules and exposure calculations for Amateur Radio Stations

Below are links copied from the ARRL and other sources. The lists are not complete and links may be out of date. It is a starting point for research. (page started, May 2021)

2013 Field Day antenna setup… thanks Leon! (and N2GJ)

Links

Ria’s Shack, a channel on Youtube, ( https://youtu.be/kyLDC-H8kb0 ) has provided a video for this page:
https://hudson.arrl.org/index.php/fcc-rf-safety-faq/ We will use it in our meeting in May 2021.

TWO RF Exposure Calculators– mentioned in the above video:

DIG DEEPER: Here’s a helpful FAQ handout from ARRL: http://www.arrl.org/files/file/Technology/RFsafetyCommittee/RFXFAQ.pdf  This PDF includes a link to an online RF Exposure calculator.

EVEN DEEPER: RF Exposure and You, a 316-page book published by ARRL, is available for free download here: http://www.arrl.org/files/file/Technology/RFsafetyCommittee/RF+Exposure+and+You.pdf

The ARRL’s notice about the rules change is here: http://www.arrl.org/news/updated-radio-frequency-exposure-rules-become-effective-on-may-3

ARRL also suggests this 1998 article about RF Safety at Field Day: http://www.arrl.org/files/file/Technology/tis/info/pdf/9906048.pdf  Some info may need to be updated due to the new rules, but this provides a good description about how to perform the site evaluation.