extremely low-frequency emission
- Abbreviated ELF. Radiation emitted by a computer monitor and other common electrical appliances. ELF emissions fall into the range of 5 to 2000 hertz and decline with the square of the distance from the source. Emissions are not constant around a monitor; they are higher from the sides and rear and weakest from the front of the screen. Low-emission models are available, and laptop computers with an LCD display do not emit any ELF fields.
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