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    Does anyone know how to read the FCC report on the main page well enough to interpret if the Treo 650 CDMA emissions are higher or lower than the Treo 600 CDMA emissions?
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    if your talking about SAR, The docs on the FCC site show

    PCS Band 0.943 W/kg (Head) / 0.688 E/kg (Body)
    Cellular Band 1.51 W/kg (Head) / 1.46 W/kg (Body)

    Im not sure, but I think the PCS Band is GSM and the Cellular Band is CDMA.
    The CDMA levels seem very high.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mobileman
    if your talking about SAR, The docs on the FCC site show

    PCS Band 0.943 W/kg (Head) / 0.688 E/kg (Body)
    Cellular Band 1.51 W/kg (Head) / 1.46 W/kg (Body)

    Im not sure, but I think the PCS Band is GSM and the Cellular Band is CDMA.
    The CDMA levels seem very high.
    PCS band just means 1900mHz and cellular is 800 mHz. Both are CMDA.

    Personally I don't fully trust SAR ratings. There often seems to be no rhyme or reason for why some phones have higher SAR values than others. Also, since CDMA power output levels are just a fraction of what GSM is, I find it hard to believe that the SAR values don't reflect this.
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    I believe that the Cellular specification refers to analog mode, which produces much more radiation than digital mode.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JesseRPI
    I believe that the Cellular specification refers to analog mode, which produces much more radiation than digital mode.
    No, the CMDA treo doesn't have analog. Cellular = 800mHz. regardless of digital/analog.

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