However, MTC made light of these concerns, stating that the levels of radiation emanating from the company's radio equipment is100,000 times less than the minimum security levels considered by the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (IC NIRP).
What does CNIRP stand for?
CNIRP stands for International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (Germany)
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- Croatian National Institute of Public Health
- Committee for Noxious and Invasive Plants Management (Alaska)
- Calling Number Identification Restriction
- Calling/Connected Name Identification Restriction
- Centre National d'Information Routière (France)
- Chronic Non-Infectious Rhinitis
- Club Nautique d'Ile Rousse (French nautical club)
- Communication Navigation Identification and Reconnaissance
- Caribbean Network for Integrated Rural Development
- Chugoku National Industrial Research Institute (Japan)
- Calling Number Identification Service
- Canadian Network for International Surgery (Vancouver, BC Canada)
- Carotid Noninvasive Studies
- Centre National de l'Informatique et des Statistiques (French)
- Channel Navigation Information Scheme
- Computer Networks and ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) Systems (publication)
- Conseil National de l'Information Statistique (French: National Council of Statistical Information)
- Coordinamento Nazionale degli Insegnanti Specializzati
- Costs Not in Standard (accounting)
- Centre National d'Instruction au Ski et a l'Alpinisme de la Gendarmerie (French: National Center for Ski Mountaineering and Mounted Police Instruction)
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The Electro Magnetic emissions of mobile towers in India are governed by the guidelines drawn from the recommendations of the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP).
All the participants saw a base statement noting that there is widespread debate about the potential risks related to electrosmog, although the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection says that current exposure limits adequately protect the public.