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OctoWired One-to-One Ethernet Wiring For Classrooms

Eliminate Immediate and Latent Radiofrequency
Radiation (RFR) Hazards from Classrooms

Classroom Wiring Plan:

  • One Central 8-port Gigabit Ethernet Switch mounted on the center of the ceiling

  • Six to Eight tentacles that travel to the corners and wall-midpoints of the room and down the walls to desk-height

  • Four to Six additional 8-port Gigabit Ethernet Switches mounted on the wall at desk height (the tentacle feet)

  • Flexible, colored tentacle conduits that easily fasten Ethernet cables to the ceilings and walls, eliminating the need to snake the cables behind ceilings and walls

  • Typical Classroom Wiring Cost:
    • $250 for five 8-port Gigbabit Switches
    • $125 for OctoWired Flexible Conduit System
    • $  25 for Ethernet cable and connectors
    • $100 for two hours of labor to install
    • $500 total per classroom


USB-to-Ethernet Adapters for iPads

American Cancer Society States that the
NTP/NIEHS RFR Study is Paradigm-Shifting

The [5/27/16] report from the National Toxicology Program (NTP) is good science. The NTP report linking radiofrequency radiation (RFR) to two types of cancer marks a paradigm shift in our understanding of [wireless] radiation and cancer risk.

The findings are unexpected; we wouldn't reasonably expect non-ionizing RFR to cause these tumors: [gliomas and schwannomas]. This is a striking example of why serious study is so important in evaluating cancer risk. It's interesting to note that early studies on the link between lung cancer and smoking had similar resistance, since theoretical arguments at the time suggested that there could not be a link . . .

The association with gliomas and acoustic neuromas had been suspected from human epidemiology studies. The second cancer, called a schwannoma, is an extremely rare tumor in humans and animals, reducing the possibility that this is a chance finding . . . importantly, the study found a 'dose/response' effect: the higher the dose, the larger the effect, [which is] a key sign.

American Cancer Society quote regarding the
National Toxicology Program Carcinogenesis Studies of Radiofrequency Radiation

Contact

Octowired Systems, LLC
1001 Bridgeway, Suite 150
Sausalito, CA 94965
415-382-4040
email: info at octowired.com
(humans will know what to do)


Wireless Access Point = a Cell Phone Tower;
Replace WAPS with Wired Gigabit Switches


To Protect Students and Staff: Hardwire internet access for One-to-One iPad, ChromeBook or Laptop Programs

Listen to the Scientists Who Designed and Executed the $25 Million NTP/NIEHS RFR Study

  1. 5/27/16 audio recording of NTP/NIEHS RFR Study Results conference call
  2. John Bucher, Ph.D.
    Associate Director, National Toxicology Program (NTP)

    Michael Wyde, Ph.D.
    National Toxicology Program NTP/NIEHS RFR Study Director

  3. 6/01/16 audio recording of NTP/NIEHS RFR Study Results conference call
  4. Ronald L. Melnick, PhD.
    Retired, Former lead designer of the NTP/NIEHS RFR Study

What we observed in these [NTP/NIEHS RFR] studies are increases in gliomas and schwannomas of the heart, but there were also hyperplasias. There was a significant trend for gliomas in the . . . exposed rats . . . None were observed in the control [rats]. There were also glial hyperplasias observed in only exposed rats. The glial hyperplasias are focal proliferative lesions, which as they grow larger can convert into a tumor . . .

In the heart, we observed an increase in Schwannomas; the increase was a positive trend with [exposed rats]. The level of Schwannoma incidence was significantly increased in the highest exposure group . . . there were [also] Schwann cell hyperplasias observed only in the exposure group and none in the control [group].

One other effect . . . is that there was also a toxic lesion in the heart: there was a right ventricular degeneration. This was observed with both male and female rats and was significant in all exposure groups . . .

So, what's the message from all of this? We tested the [null] hypothesis that [radio-frequency] radiation could not cause health effects and we feel that that hypothesis has now been disproved because these results clearly show that that [radio-frequency] radiation can cause adverse health effects.

The finding of increases of gliomas and schwannomas of the heart in rats exposed to the radio-frequency radiation provides consistency with the epidemiological reports of increases of gliomas and acoustic neuromas, which are tumors of Shwann cells among humans exposed to [radio-frequency] radiation. Those were the findings that provided the basis for the IARC evaluation of 2011, because the same cells that became cancerous in rats are the cells that have been reported to develop into tumors in [human] epidemiological studies. . .

The incidence of tumors is not the measurement of risk alone. Risk is determined from the dosimetry, which is the absorbed power [over] time versus the tumor response . . . because of the large number of [exposed human] users worldwide, even a small increase in risk at exposure propensities that may be close to what humans experience, could result in a large number of people developing a RF-radiation-induced tumor with long-term exposure.

Glossary

Glioma: primary brain tumor that originates from the supportive cells of the brain, called glial cells. Glial cells are the most common cellular component of the brain. There are five to 10 times more glial cells than neurons.

Schwannoma: tumor originating from Schwann cells of neurons; schwannomas include neurofibromas (a tumor of peripheral nerves due to abnormal proliferation of Schwann cells) and neurilemomas (tumors of neurilemmas -- peripheral nerve sheaths)

Hyperplasia: abnormal increase in volume of a tissue or organ caused by the formation and growth of new normal cells.


Components

  • D-Link Standard
    Gigabit Switches;
    PoE additional
  • Standard CAT-5/6
    Ethernet Cable
    & Connectors
  • Octowired Conduit
    & Optional Switch
    Covers
  • iPad
    USB-to-Ethernent
    Adapters
  • Chromebook
    USB-to-Ethernent
    Adapters

65% more bandwith
than Wireless

More secure
than Wireless

Works with iPads
Chrombooks & Laptops

Eliminates
RFR Hazards

Get in touch to start your project

Contact

Octowired Systems, LLC
1001 Bridgeway, Suite 150
Sausalito, CA 94965
415-382-4040
email: info at octowired.com
(humans will know what to do)