Life (L) Series Radiation Shields
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Initially developed for military and aerospace applications, AegisGuard™ Life Series standard models (shown above) protect users from unwanted electrical and current 1G - 5G , future 5G, and initial 6G 1 THz. device and network EMF (electromagnetic fields) and RF (radiofrequencies), including 1G to 4G-LTE 86 GHz., 5G 96, 100, 300 and 600 GHz., and 6G 1 THz. wireless communication up to their maximum frequency range. Incorporating proprietary deflection (reflection) and discriminatory oscillating shielding technologies tested by independent laboratories, at live customer operating environments and in-house.
Shielding effectiveness is up to 99.998% from 5 Hz. to 30 GHz., 120 GHz., 360 GHz., and 1.1 THz. frequencies with power levels between 1 milliwatt (0.001 Watt) to 25 Watts measured at the point of contact (see Test Results). Custom models up to 4.8 THz., including future 6G Advanced 3.3 THz., with power levels up to 100 kilowatts (kW), are made to order.
This range of shielding products exceeds all regulated allocated and unallocated frequencies presented in the current FCC Online Table Of Frequency Allocations, providing users with unsurpassed shielding protection for personal, home, office, factory, healthcare, aerospace, military, security and government shielding applications from electrical devices, power lines, transformers, and all fixed and mobile terrestrial, satellite and sea-based antenna and network airborne frequencies in use globally.
This shielding effectiveness and RF range exceeds the requirements specified by MIL-STD-285, all ASTM-4935-xx, IEEE 299 and IEEE 802.nn versions, NSA 94-106, ETSI EN 302 567 V2.2.0 (2020-12), and Human RF exposure limits as set forth in FCC OET Bulletin 65, providing current and future RF and EMF countermeasure and SCIF and SAPF failsafe solutions for sensitive information applications.
They have been the #1 doctor recommended radiation shielding protection products for their patients since 2006, including those seeking relief and protection from the adverse effects and discomfort of electrohypersensitivity (EHS, IEI-EMF and ES).
All AegisGuard™ products deflect, or reflect, unwanted RF at opposite angles from originating sources. AegisGuard™ LL, LP and LS shielding compounds provide additional protection by breaking apart (scattering) deflected frequencies upon shielded surface contact, including magnetic and voltage fields they carry. This important safety feature virtually eliminates undesired RF and EMF penetration through shielded surfaces inside homes, offices, classrooms, offices, hospitals, outdoors and other environments.
The shielding compounds also incorporate a proprietary frequency specific discriminatory oscillating shielding protection technology initially developed for military and security applications. They are chemically inert, non-absorbent, non-conductive, contain no metal or require grounding, manufactured using natural and synthetically produced minute materials of varying dimensions, weights and densities, and microencapsulated with materials serving as a transfer medium to surfaces, where they expand on contact.
Identical frequency recognition is defined as discriminatory, and mandatory for wireless products and networks to securely communicate with each other at the device level. This is accomplished by having a unique subscriber, network, carrier, or other individual device recognition identifier embedded in an integrated circuit or card (i.e., SIM card) in the product. Without this capability, cell phones and handheld products, smart homes, personal AI, electronic, virtual assistants, GPS, IoT, self-driving cars, 5G, 6G, the Cloud and emerging communication technologies could not exist.
AegisGuard™ L (Life) Series products provide EMF & RF discriminatory shielding protection from unwanted frequencies and their fields, except when user desired frequencies are set for non-discriminatory product transmitters and receivers. When this occurs, non-discriminatory products function as discriminatory products due to frequencies within their range being detected on both sides of shielded surfaces, enabling the shielding compounds to oscillate, and allow frequencies and fields to pass through unimpeded.
Understanding how the shielding technology provides protection is best understood by comparing discriminatory and non-discriminatory technologies in products most people are familiar with, and reviewing common examples of their benefits.Discriminatory Technologies
AegisGuard™ L (Life) Series products provide users with RF and EMF shielding protection from unwanted discriminatory and non-discriminatory product and network frequencies. The shielding compounds described above oscillate for identical frequencies on both sides of shielded surfaces, such when using a cell phone, allowing them to pass through unimpeded, regardless of the number of pulses, or hops, per second.
Most wireless devices require identical transmit and receive frequencies to communicate, and are defined as discriminatory products.
For example, radios and televisions receiving broadcasts through over the air (OTA) antennas are discriminatory. Transmissions are received by the receiver (channel selector) when it is set to a specific channel frequency assigned by a government regulatory agency to the broadcaster, such as the FCC in the United States. When radios and televisions are turned off, these airborne frequencies and fields are still present in unshielded homes and offices, but only selected channel frequencies, and their fields, will pass through "L" Series product shielded surfaces.
Cordless phones and older cell phones operate at a fixed frequency, however all current wireless networks and devices above 1.6 GHz. use a spectrum pulsed frequency modulation (PFM) scheme, referred to as pulses, or hops, per second, with rapidly switching frequencies during communication sessions. Current generation cell phones can exceed 1,600 slightly different and matching frequency pulses per second, increasing exponentially as new technologies (5G, 6G, etc.) are introduced. These types of products are also defined as discriminatory because the transmitting and receiving pulsed frequencies must be identical for them to communicate.Non-Discriminatory Technologies
Police scanners, short wave sweepers and similar products are defined as non-discriminatory, because they scan for a predetermined range of all frequencies in their environment according to settings by the user, or manufacturer. When this occurs, non-discriminatory products function as discriminatory products due to frequencies within a preset range are detected on both sides of shielded surfaces, enabling the shielding compounds to oscillate, and allowing frequencies and fields to pass through unimpeded.
RF and EMF handheld measurement meters and apps used by consumers and businesses are non-discriminatory because they operate similarly to police scanners. They measure power level temperatures (SAR (mW/cm2 or µW/cm2), and/or AC voltage (V/m) fields, and/or magnetic fields (mg or µT) for frequency ranges less than 18 GHz. as determined by the manufacturer, however they do not measure, but are affected by, frequencies above their testing range. As such, measurement results are inconsistent, conflicting or immeasurable when frequencies above their range is present, which includes all carrier 4G (30 GHz.), 4G-LTE and 4G-LTE Plus (86 GHz.), current 5G (96 GHz.), future 5G (300 and 600 GHz.) and 6G (1 THz.) network technologies.
Broadband, backhaul and distributed wireless carrier network transmissions are non-discriminatory. These include repeaters, boosters, small cell, beamforming, Multi-User Massive Input Massive Output (MU-MIMO), and comparable 5G and future 6G technologies. 5G millimeter wave (mmWave) wireless technology is currently the only discriminatory communication protocol.
Shielding Examples Derived By AegisGuard™ L (Life) Series Product Users
Carrier fiber optic network split feed operating frequencies are 180 GHz. (165nm) to 360 GHz. (565nm), and many fiber core station primary circuits operate in the THz. range.
See shielding applications for application and carrier wireless technology implementation forecasts.
Consolidated Shielding Test Results
AegisGuard™ L (LL, LP & LS) Series Radiation
At Point Of Contact
|5 Hz. - 100 Hz.||25.0 Watts||Up to 99.998%||(a, b)|
|5 Hz. - 2.6 GHz.||25.0 Watts||Up to 99.997%||(a, b)|
|5 Hz. - 30 GHz.||25.0 Watts||Up to 99.997%||(a, b, c)|
|5 Hz. - 120 GHz.||25.0 Watts||Up to 99.996%||(a, b, c, d)|
|5 Hz. - 360 GHz.||25.0 Watts||Up to 99.994%||(a, b, c, d)|
|5 Hz. - 1.1 THz.||25.0 Watts||Up to 99.993%||(a, b, c, d)|
shielding effectiveness when properly applied expressed as “up
to." Exceeds requirements specified by MIL-STD-285, all
ASTM-4935-xx, IEEE 299 and IEEE 802.nn versions, NSA 94-106, ETSI EN
302 567 V2.2.0 (2020-12), and Human RF exposure limits as set forth
in FCC OET Bulletin 65.
Click here for a list of our test equipment, noting independent testing laboratories, carriers and telecommunication network and device product manufacturers follow the same standards and procedures using comparable equipment.
See AegisGuard Tests for additional information.