Foiling a “smart” meter on the street, San Francisco CA
March 11th, 2012 | D.I.Y., How-to, aluminum, aluminum mesh, antenna, cell tower, cellphone, electrical fields, electrosmog, EMF, EMFs, emissions, foil, mesh, microwave, pollution, radiation, San Francisco, shielding, smart meter, Smart Meters, smartmeter, wifi, wireless, wireless radiation
Source: thisirradiatedlife on YouTube
This “smart” meter is on the street, pumping out pulses at head-level, in a busy up-and-coming neighborhood called Dogpatch. Watch us cover it with foil and cut peak emissions to a tenth of the levels. A larger covering of foil would have provided greater shielding.
This is a Saturday–it is busier on the weekdays, when local businesses are operating.
Foiling a “Smart” Meter, Part Two: Aluminum Mesh Screening
Instrument used here was a high frequency analyzer, with one attenuator on the antenna, changing the read-out by a factor of 100 (i.e. 100x less sensitive) so “010” on read-out = 1000 µW/m2 (equiv to 0.1 µW/cm2).