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How to make a computer safer to use...

Example Machine: Lenovo ThinkPad T410

Step One: Power the computer off, unplug it from the electrical outlet, & remove the battery. Open the case carefully and locate all wireless hardware devices that are removable (wifi card). If Bluetooth or any smart card readers or any other wireless devices are installed remove it if possible (many machines do not have Bluetooth). If there are any cellular modems or any other wireless radio frequency antennas installed, remove them as well as they are wireless. Click here to search for example videos on how to remove the internal hardware.

Step Two: Remove all wireless routers and buy 3 long Ethernet cords of different lengths (for different rooms). Replace the hardware with non-wireless capable hardware. Connect the Ethernet cords to the modem or switch or wired router that does not have any wireless capabilities at all; including a modem that has no wireless hardware install).

Step Three: Remove all wireless devices TV, Printer, Scanner, baby monitors, security cameras or any other wireless device and replace the hardware with non-wireless capable hardware.

Step Four: Buy a Cornet 88Tplus (manufacture)(search1)(search2)(search3)(search4) electrical radiation meter and remain at the distance where the meter is green and not yellow or red. Do not skip this step.

Step Five: Connect a low powered RF keyboard & RF mouse combo (keep the USB section 3.33 feet away from all body parts; as well as the laptop). Issue: wired USB keyboards & wired USB mice are also NOT SAFE and over the electrical limit. So perhaps one may be able to find a wireless USB keyboard and mouse that does not emit frequencies that are in a yellow or red category.


Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic (RF):
L5V-00001; L5V-00002; L5V-00003.

Microsoft Sculpt Comfort (RF):
L3V-00001; L3V-00002; L3V-00003.
AES Encryption: Yes.
Bluetooth: No.
Extremely Low Frequency (ELF): No.
The USB dongle absorbs/eliminates the ELF ;-)
High Frequency (VHF): Yes at 27MHz.
Radio Frequency (RF): 27MHz
Microwave Frequency: No.
Super High Frequency (SHF): No.
Ultra High Frequency (UHF)
: No.
Very High Frequency (VHF): No.
WiFi: No.

Frequencies of 1GHz & above are conventionally called microwave & will cook/harm one.
AES Encryption: Yes.
Bluetooth: No.
Extremely Low Frequency (ELF): No.
The USB dongle absorbs/eliminates the ELF ;-)
High Frequency (VHF): Yes at 27MHz.
Radio Frequency (RF): 27MHz
Microwave Frequency: No.
Super High Frequency (SHF): No.
Ultra High Frequency (UHF)
: No.
Very High Frequency (VHF): No.
WiFi: No.

Frequencies of 1GHz & above are conventionally called microwave & will cook/harm one.
Category II Equipment
27 MHz Devices
RF output power: < 54 dB?V/m at 3 meters
Keyboard with two channels - RF frequencies: 27.095MHz (channel 1), 27.195MHz (channel 2)
Keyboard with a single channel - RF frequency: 27.195MHz or 27.095MHz
Mouse with two channels - RF frequencies: 27.045MHz (channel 1), 27.145MHz (channel 2)
Mouse with a single channel - RF frequency: 27.145MHz or 27.045MHz.
Product Manual: L5V-00001; L5V-00002.
Category II Equipment
27 MHz Devices
RF output power: < 54 dB?V/m at 3 meters
Keyboard with two channels - RF frequencies: 27.095MHz (channel 1), 27.195MHz (channel 2)
Keyboard with a single channel - RF frequency: 27.195MHz or 27.095MHz
Mouse with two channels - RF frequencies: 27.045MHz (channel 1), 27.145MHz (channel 2)
Mouse with a single channel - RF frequency: 27.145MHz or 27.045MHz.
Product Manual: L3V-00001; L3V-00002.
What are the differences between DES and AES encryption?

DES AES
Developed 1977 2000
Key Length 56 bits 128, 192, or 256 bits
Cipher Type Symmetric block cipher Symmetric block cipher
Block Size 64 bits 128 bits
Security Proven inadequate Considered secure

Disclaimer: I have not tested all of these RF keyboards & RF mouse combos yet. Make sure it is not "2.4GHz". It says that it is "2.4GHz" on the listing; however I think it is really the lower powered "MHz" like the User Manual suggests. "2.4GHz" bothers me significantly; however the "MHz" does not seem to bother me at all (it feels like a huge difference to me, but I might be wrong on "MHz" being in the less electricity exposure category).

Exception: One must ensure that the keyboard & mouse are the low powered Radio Frequency (RF) type in the "MHz" not in the High Frequency (HF) "GHz" category. The "2.4GHz", "5.0GHz", "Bluetooth", & "WiFi" type High Frequency (HF) keyboards may be not as effective at the REDUCTION OF ELECTRICITY goal. The lower powered frequency RF may be the best solution; without making huge irrational accommodations for the ones that have to use a computer for decades.

The Radio spectrum of frequencies is divided into multiple categories:
Frequency
range
Wavelength
range
ITU designation IEEE bands[5]
Full name Abbreviation[6]
3-30 Hz 105-104 km Extremely low frequency ELF N/A
30-300 Hz 104-103 km Super low frequency SLF N/A
300-3000 Hz 103-100 km Ultra low frequency ULF N/A
3-30 kHz 100-10 km Very low frequency VLF N/A
30-300 kHz 10-1 km Low frequency LF N/A
300 kHz - 3 MHz 1 km - 100 m Medium frequency MF N/A
3-30 MHz 100-10 m High frequency HF HF
30-300 MHz 10-1 m Very high frequency VHF VHF
300 MHz - 3 GHz 1 m - 10 cm Ultra high frequency UHF UHF, L, S
3-30 GHz 10-1 cm Super high frequency SHF S, C, X, Ku, K, Ka
30-300 GHz 1 cm - 1 mm Extremely high frequency EHF Ka, V, W, mm
300 GHz - 3 THz 1 mm - 0.1 mm Tremendously high frequency THF N/A

Frequencies of 1 GHz & above are conventionally called microwave,[7] while frequencies of 30 GHz & above are designated millimeter wave. More detailed band designations are given by the standard IEEE letter - band frequency designations[5] and the EU/NATO frequency designations.[8]


BENNN Frequency Research Portal

(this portal chart below is still being created... some of it works already... return in future...)
Frequency Range Abbreviation IEEE bands View Book
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N/A
1 or 2.
SLF
N/A

ULF
N/A

VLF
N/A

LF
N/A

MF
N/A

HF

VHF
VHF

UHF; L; S

SHF
S; C; X; Ku; K, Ka

EHF
Ka; V; W; mm

N/A

Electrical Side Effects: Wired Keyboards & wired USB mice will grow tumors; cause significant pain; & damage to the human body.

Step Six: Buy additional batteries to swap out during busy times and never connect the machine to the electrical outlet while using it. Battery mode with not electrical outlet connection is has significantly less symptoms notices as well as the meter reading improves significantly to confirm the strong positive correlation between the two. Check what happens to the electrical meter if one does not believe me. Also, my tumor does not have a massive pain when it's unplugged and running on battery mode from about 4 to 6 feet away. Yes it's hard to see the monitor at this distance, so place the USB keyboard and mouse in front of the machine and keep the keyboard and mouse 3 to 4 feet away from one's knees and organs. Try to not keep one's hands on the mouse unless one is using it and the safe for the keyboard. They are not your friend and not safe to touch (limit the contact). The long-term overexposure issue is worse than one can ever fully imagine in complexity and unfairness.


How to make a VOIP landline phone safer to use...

Example Machine: AT&T CL2940 Corded Phone with Speakerphone (search)

Speakerphone, Audio Assist Extra-Large Tilt Display, LCD Display, Hearing aid compatible Extra-Large Buttons, Extra-Loud Ringer. Table- and wall-mountable. Line power speakerphone. The telephone works without AC Power. For the Caller ID to function, four AA batteries (not included) are necessary.

Step One: One must remain at least 19 to 29 inches (40 to 73 cm) away from the device by utilizing a BIC pen to dial the numbers (reducing direct human contact with electricity). One must utilize the "speakerphone" feature to avoid the direct human exposure.

Step Two: One can reduce the AC electricity levels of this phone by routing the VOIP system (Example: OOMA)(not the WiFi/Bluetooth model... that would make the wireless electricity issue appear) from an "AC power source" to a "DC power source" (this is a huge hassle or confusing for one; unless one is an engineer). THIS IS WHY "STEP ONE" SAYS TO USE A "PEN" & NOT TO HOLD THE DEVICE (so one does not have to complete "Step Two" with the DC power option).

Step Three: One can verify or test the VOIP & speakerphone with the Cornet 88Tplus (manufacture)(search1)(search2)(search3)(search4) electrical radiation meter.


How to make a cellular phone safer to use...

Step One: Power the cellular phone off & keep it off.

Step Two: Place the cellular phone in "Airplane Mode" when one is not able to have it totally powered off.

Exception: "Airplane Mode" only works some of the time on some devices.

Why does "Airplane Mode" not work some of the time?

This is likely due to the phone model; if it's been updated/secured; or forceful apps running that have technical permissions to take the phone out of "Airplane Mode".

Step One: Use an OOMA via speakerphone to replace the cellular phone & strongly consider discontinuing the use totally of the cellular & remain at least 66 to 99 feet away from them.

WARNING: DO NOT COMPLAIN IF ONE DECIDES TO QUOTE READ A BOOK END OF QUOTE.-------->[search for "frequencies" in books]

(Updated: 2019-07-09)(Published: 2019-02-14)

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