802.11n cards, safety Tags: WiFi Wireless Networking Last response: May 9, 2010 9:56 PM in Wireless Networking Share Anonymous May 8, 2010 6:18:38 PM Hello, With all the recent concerns with radiation, are these cards, with the multiple antennaes, giving off too much radiation? More about : 802 11n cards safety Anonymous May 9, 2010 8:10:26 AM The power of wireless networking devices is pretty small -- look at the range problems that occur. I would think, by comparison, a mobile cellphone is a lot more worrying especially as it sends out a pulse at regular intervals to keep in touch with the nearest tower. If you are concerned, switch off the router when not in use -- they don't take long to boot up. SR-71 Blackbird May 9, 2010 9:56:06 PM PLUS 1 for filhart,i always turn mine off! Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources 802.11n PCIE Mini Card Upgrade Forum Gpu overclock safety question. Forum D-Link DWA-556 IEEE 802.11n and WRT350 N Linksys Router Forum PCI Card That Supports 802.11n 5Ghz? Forum 802.11n compatible with 802.11b/g? Forum Not getting full speed on pc with 802.11n Forum Fast 802.11N Wireless USB Adapter - Any Suggestions? Forum Does it make sense for me to upgrade to 802.11n ? Forum 802.11n Capable Laptop Not Seeing 5ghz Band Forum WTB 802.11n PCI for Win7 64, which one? Forum Draft 802.11n Revealed: Part 1 - The Real Story on Throughput vs. Range Forum Verizon Modem into Router Forum Driver for Wireless Internet Cards for Laptops Forum [Solved] D-Link DWA-556 IEEE 802.11n and WRT350 N Linksys Router Forum Wireless Router and Cards Forum [Solved] WIRELESS ROUTERS, ADAPTERS, CARDS, & ACCESS POINTS Forum WTB 802.11n PCI for Win7 64, which one? Forum Wireless N Network Cards Forum [Solved] Tradeoffs between integrated PCI cards & USB adapters Forum [Solved] Need Windows 7 (64-bit) 802.11n Wireless Adapter Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !