The Quanta X technology is the world’s leader in RF Safe technology that aims to reduce cell phone radiation exposure “as low as reasonably achievable” (ALARA) principle. Many experts and organizations, including the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), have called for stricter regulations on cell phone radiation to protect public health. The current standards for measuring safe levels of cell phone radiation, set by the FCC, are based on a measurement called the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR), which measures the amount of radiation absorbed by the body.

However, some experts argue that these standards may not be sufficient to protect public health and that the goal should be to limit cell phone radiation exposure as low as reasonably achievable. This principle, ALARA, is widely used in radiation protection, and it’s considered to be a principle of rationality based on the assumption that any radiation exposure entails some level of risk, no matter how small, so the ALARA principle is to reduce exposure to the lowest level reasonably achievable.

Governments of different countries have different regulations and standards for cell phone radiation, and some have stricter regulations than others. However, it’s important for governments to take into account the latest scientific research and evidence when creating legislation and regulations to protect public health.

Overall, it’s important for governments to create legislation that limits cell phone radiation exposure based on current science, not just on the industry’s interests, and for new technologies to be properly tested and evaluated for safety before being widely adopted. Quanta X technology is one of the new technologies that aims to reduce the exposure to cell phone radiation and to ensure the safety of the users.