I found that it is known that ultrahigh frequencies of 900 and 1800 megahertz electromagnetic radiation can generate excellently the following phenomenon: electrostriction - the under the influence of the electric field of the EM radiation "extending" or "stretching" of a current conductor. This is done pre-eminently well in water, in which up to about 9 grams salt per liter is dissolved. That creates a "reinforcement" of the electrostriction phenomenon by a factor of 800 compared to that in the solid conductors -.
And water in which 9 grams of salt per liter is dissolved is called in the medical world a physiological saline, a salt solution in water is therefore similar to. . . . perilymph.
So may it be that the perilymph, present in the cranial cavity between the two inner ears, which are about 15 cm apart from each other [and therefore by connoisseurs of transmitters and receivers can be seen as a half wavelength of the GSM frequency of 900 megahertz] can function just fine as a dipole antenna.
These GSM/UMTS transmitters are periodically with low-frequency with a repetition frequency of 217 Hz switched on and off between 3/8 and 5/8 on and off.
With a pitch calculation method of differentiating and squaring of the Fourier series for this asymmetric square wave the complete vibrational energy spectrum can be calculated.
It is not inconceivable that the pitch by that at 217 Hz primarily characterized perilymph movement signal comes out in 1/3 thereof. So at 72.33 Hz.
Sufferers from the uncomfortable 'hum' display in audiological comparison measurements of tone, an outcome on. . . 72.3 Hz.
Can it be that when their inner distance accurately meet those dipole condition the as very heavy fed up making hum is heard ?