11 /PRNewswire/ -- The Center for the Study of Wireless Electromagnetic Compatibility in Norman, Oklahoma will launch research initiatives to provide factual answers for two key questions about wireless telephone use: can wireless telephones interfere with aircraft navigation systems or ignite gasoline fumes at gas pumps?
What does SWEC stand for?
SWEC stands for Center for the Study of Wireless Electromagnetic Compatibility (NSF; University of Oklahoma)
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8 /PRNewswire/ -- The University of Oklahoma Center for the Study of Wireless Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) today announced publication of a new resource manual designed to provide vital information needed to manage electromagnetic compatibility issues in hospitals.
However, the University of Oklahoma Center for the Study of Wireless Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) calls that reaction, a bit like "cutting off your nose to spite your face," and says it has a better idea.