DECT technology also caters for the very young as well with
DECT baby monitors gaining wide popularity with parents.
It’s also a very profitable business venture. One major
manufacturer proudly states on their web site for DECT baby
monitors: “Happy babies make happy parents. Regaining their
market leading position makes a happy business.” (8) Whether
or not this makes for happy babies is debatable, for
according to the UK based organization Powerwatch:
“Over the past five years we, with the help of parents, have
measured a variety of baby monitors and the DECT pulsing
ones seem to be far more disruptive of the infant's sleep
and state of contentment (causing restlessness, irritability
and crying). The old wired ones and the older "analogue"
cordless ones do not seem to cause the same problems if kept
at least one metre from the cot / bed.
We have had a number of reports from parents that their
babies did not sleep well and cried a lot when they used
DECT monitors but were ok when no baby monitor was used.
When they then tried a cheaper analogue monitor, the infant
then slept as well as they did with no monitor.
A DECT monitor placed in your baby's bedroom will expose
them to more pulsing microwave radiation that living near to
a mobile phone base station mast would do. As a result,
whilst there have been no studies done into baby monitors
specifically, studies that cover mobile phone masts provide
a good background to the effects that would be expected in
your baby.” (9)
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