Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) a Public Sector Unit (PSU) always follows and it’s following the radiation norms according to the new directions of DoT. Consumers of BSNL living in Megapolis are facing lots of problem for signals and call drops.
Consumers complaining about when compare with other operators BSNL signals are very poor. Yes this is right but what are the reasons behind this consumer really don’t know. Private operators never revealed this secret about how they are violating the Radiation norms from earlier onwards.
What are the reasons for Call drops and Slow down of 3G data services?
Private Operators are using heavy radiation emitting equipments for their BTS towers in all Megapolis to get maximum signals for their consumers but they deliberately ignored maintaining of radiation norms and radiation affect on Human body. Their only motive is getting more connections and become leader in Indian Mobile Telecom Industry.
Guidelines for Consumers for using of Mobile Handset
Around Seven Mobile Operators, Bharati Airtel, Reliance Communications, Vodafone, Idea Cellular, Aircel, Tata Docomo, received notices from DoT about transmitting of excess radiation from their Base Transceiver Station) (BTS) towers. After inspection of Special team of DoT Officials found most of sites of Private Operators in the Megapolis which are emitting levels much above permissible limits.
Government has lowered Electro Magnetic Frequency (EMF) exposure limit from base station emission to one-tenth of the existing level and also adopted norms for the mobile handsets by making it mandatory for all new handsets to comply with the certain absorption rate (SAR) values of 1.6 watt/kg average over 1g of human tissue.
Why Seven Mobile Operators are Shutting down their Mobile Towers?
After announcement of new radiation norms telecom companies are identifying all BTS which are non-complaint as per latest radiation norms and ensure that they are either shut down their Mobile Towers or made compliant with according new radiation norms to avoid penalty of Rs.5lakhs.
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