FAZUP UK

Independent scientific tests

What is SAR?


The Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) of your mobile phone is the international standard that quantifies your maximum level of exposure to electromagnetic waves. This index designates the greatest amount of energy that your body and head absorb when you make a phone call. The European standard imposes a SAR of less than 2 watts per kilogram (W/kg). The SAR of mobile phones must be displayed at the point of sale, on product information and in advertisements.

 

FAZUP has had SAR tests carried out by the independent French laboratory EMITECH.

 

These comparative tests with and without the Fazup passive antenna attest to the reduction in the quantity of waves absorbed by mobile users on different models of phones and different frequency bands.

 

 EMITECH video

TEST REPORTS:

Samsung J7 (SM-J710FN) :

Frequency bands 4G : LTE800 / LTE1800 / LTE 2100 / LTE2600

Frequency bands 3G : WCDMA

Frequency bands 2G : GSM900 / GSM1800

 

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iPhone 5S :

Frequency bands 4G : LTE800 / LTE1800 / LTE2600
Frequency bands 3G : WCDMA900 / WCDMA2100
Frequency bands 2G : GSM900 / GSM1800

Test 4G

 

Test 2G / 3G


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iPhone 4S :

Frequency bands 2G : GSM900 / GSM1800
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iPhone 4 :

Frequency bands 2G : GSM900 / GSM1800
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Samsung S5 :

Frequency bands 3G : WCDMA900 / WCDMA2100
Frequency bands 2G : GSM900 / GSM1800
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Samsung S4 :

Frequency bands 3G : WCDMA2100
Frequency bands 2G : GSM900 / GSM1800
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Samsung Note 3 :

Frequency bands 3G : WCDMA2100
Frequency bands 2G : GSM900 / GSM1800