wifi cost me like 30USD while mobile internet 10USD, I thought to save this monthly bill by purchasing a mobile-phone-router. The only thing that blocks me from that is radiation. I'm far fetched from physics but I read over the net this: (maybe I'm wrong)
- Typical mobile phone radiation
- Typical wifi radiation
My mobile phone router is going to be farther away from my wifi router by around 4 meters.
So my calculation is this:
Distance from mobile router ~10m => 1W/m^2 so 10 square root, it's going to be
Distance from wifi router is ~5m => 100mw/m^2 so 5 square root of it is going to be
Question: Is it then correct to say that if my phone router distance is 10 meters while my wifi router distance is around 5 meters the radiation I'm exposed to is around the same? (I understand their frequencies is rather the same so ignoring that).