New RF3 Next Generation Cellular Headset Reduces Risk of Radiation to the...

New RF3 Next Generation Cellular Headset Reduces Risk of Radiation to the Head


The only cellular headset with AirCom™ technology that keeps potentially harmful radiation away from your head, Northwestern Bell Phones’ RF3 Next Generation Cellular Headset ( has launched today. This is Northwestern Bell Phones’ premiere release in its new line of RF3 smart cellular solutions.

RF3 Next Generation Cellular Headset is a first-of-its-kind product. It is the only cellular headset with wireless AirCom™ technology that delivers crystal clear sound through an air-filled tube enhanced by an SPL sound chamber. This technology reduces the possibility of radiation from reaching your head. Conventional headsets use wire to deliver sound to the earpiece and may also deliver electromagnetic radiation (EMR) directly to your head.

Cellular telephones emit EMR and recent clinical and laboratory studies have shown that EMR can cause dangerous health conditions including dizziness, nausea, headaches, immune system breakdown and even eye and brain cancer.

“There is a definite risk that the radiation plume that emanates from a cell phone antenna can cause cancer and other health problems,” wrote Dr. George Carlo, co-author of Cell Phones: Invisible Hazards in the Wireless Age and founder of the leading industry safety group, The Safe Wireless Initiative. “The Safe Wireless Initiative recommends that cell phone users take all available steps to protect themselves by using headsets whenever they use cell phones.”

“There are many devices which claim to reduce the amount of radiation during cellular telephone use,” said Frank Liu, CEO of Unical/Northwestern Bell Phones. “However, the RF3 Next Generation Cellular Headset is the only product with AirCom™ technology that reduces potentially dangerous EMR from traveling to your head.”

“Scientists worldwide have struggled to solve the cellular telephone radiation dilemma,” said Orrin Klitzner, an RF3 Next Generation Cellular Headset inventor. “We succeeded with the RF3 Next Generation Cellular Headset by eliminating the wire in the headset and incorporating the concept of an air-filled tube, similar to the technology used in a stethoscope.”

According to the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association, there are more than 100 million people in the U.S. and 500 million people world-wide relying on cellular telephones and more than 45,000 new wireless subscribers every day (one every two seconds). Experts estimate by 2005 there will be more than 1.26 billion cellular telephone users around the world.

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