Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2002 15:38:36 -0600

Author: Jerry DiMarco

Subject: Re: Cathode ray tubes for demos

Post:

I'm not a cell phone user so maybe that's why I don't understand how
a shielded trouser pocket will protect you when talking on a cell
phone. What they really need is a shielded cable going up to a beanie that
has an antenna with a ground plane. This could potentially occupy the
fashion industry for years as they hash out how to integrate form and
function (Want more bandwidth in your beanie?)...

Jerry


At 01:25 PM10/10/2002, you wrote:
>Machele,
>
>Wait no longer. Dockers now sells trowsers with a compartment for your
>cell phone that is shielded for the radiation. I sent the following
>message to my class in "nuclear physics and society" when this was brought
>to my attention by a student!
>
>Dick Berg
>
>******************************
>
>Let me know what you think of this new innovation. It was brought to my
>attention by Daniel recently.
>
>http://www.theage.com.au/breaking/2002/09/12/FFXVP73KZ5D.html
>
>A new pair of trousers will be launched next year with an
>"anti-radiation" pocket for mobile phones.
>
>The trousers have a special lining which the makers, Dockers, claim
>prevent radiation reaching the skin.
>
>******************

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