Ministry of Communications of the Nation - Resolution No. 530/00. A means of Resolution N º 530/2000 Secretary of communities across the countryarranged as mandatory compliance with Resolution No. 202/95 of the Ministry ofHealth and Social Action of the nation throughout the national territory
In its Article 1 states that will be mandatory for all telecommunications systems thatradiate at frequencies between 100 KHz and 300 GHz located in the ...[See more]
National Communications Commission-CNC-Resolution No. 3.690/04
The National Communications Commission (NCC) is a decentralized agency thatoperates within the Ministry of Communications, Ministry of Federal Planning, Public Investment and Services, whose mission and functions are regulation, controller, auditand verification of aspects relating the provision of telecommunications services,postal and use of radio spectrum.
The CNC was created by Decree...[See more]
MSyAS - Resolution 202/95
Approves the National Safety Standard for exposure to radio frequencies between 100KHz and 300 GHz, as set forth in the Manual of safety standards for exposure to radio frequencies between 100 KHz and 300 GHz "and" Radio Frequency Radiation: Issuesbiophysical, biomedical and criteria for setting exposure standards ", Volumes I and IIrespectively Prospecting environmental non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation,Publications Printing bound by the National Congre...[See more]
ICNIRP Guidelines 1998 - GUIDELINES FOR LIMITING EXPOSURE TO TIME - VARYING ELECTRIC, MAGNETIC, AND ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS (UP TO 300 GHz)
International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
Note: PDF file standing in English law of ICNIRP Year 199805/08/2006
Royal Decree 1066/2001, of 28 September, which approves the regulationestablishing conditions of protection of public radio, radio emission restrictions andmeasures of health protection against radio emission.
Approves the Regulation establishing the conditions for protection of public radio,radio emissionrestrictions and measures of healt...[See more]