6. Conclusion

Final Statement/Conclusion
From this experiment, we have deduced that Samsung phones release high intensity/frequency of radiation, whereas iPhones, apparently don’t; but this remains slightly uncertain due to the fact that it could be because we did not use the proper length of antenna for the iPhones.

Samsung Trend 3
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The data received from this phone was quite good, having consistent 1.5-1.6 volt peaks. Hence, the tests done for this phone was quite a success

iPhone 5S
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We only received background radiation, meaning that either our antenna could not collect the wavelength of the radiation released from the phone, or that the released radiation was too weak.


Samsung Galaxy S3

This phone consistently emitted radiation that had 10 volt peaks, hence we achieved our experiment.


Practical Applications:

Through our results, we hope to alter people's perspectives on the different brands of phone, and educate them on the brand and model of phone they should buy.


Extra things we could have done for this project
There are some other things we could have tested for ISS, such as whether being closer to a Base Transceiver Station, which is a radio station for calling, caused the cell phones to release even higher intensity of radiation, or whether even CDMA phones released high intensity/frequency radiation.

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