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What does ELF stand for?

ELF stands for Extremely Low Frequency (3-30 Hz; 100,000-10,000 km)

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The SmartTrack[TM] system, which uses proprietary electromagnetic and Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) signaling technology, made it possible to track the SmartPlug tool as it traveled along the pigging route, and to monitor pressure throughout the entire operation.
The literature raises serious concerns regarding the levels of radio frequency (3 kilohertz to 300 gigaherts) or extremely low frequency (300 hertz) exposures produced by 'smart meters' to warrant an immediate and complete moratorium on their use and deployment until further study can be performed," the academy asserts.
Extremely low frequency (45-60 Hz) EMFs were associated with spontaneous abortion after exposure to electrically heated beds, ceiling cable electric heating (Wertheimer & Leeper, 1989), or VDT use (Goldhaber, Polen, & Hiatt, 1988).
A pilot study has been conducted to investigate whether multiple electrophysiological activities could be altered when exposed to an extremely low frequency pulsed electromagnetic field (Cvetkovic et al.
Results of the environmental assessment at Concord released by NSW Health showed levels of exposure to ionising radiation, radiofrequency (RF) radiation, extremely low frequency (ELF) magnetic fields, and drinking water contaminants were all below allowable limits.