Terminology
 
Native EMF- Glossary of terminology

The terminology used on this blog is not necessarily consistent with other institution's definitions however has been formulated and utilized for the ease of categorization specific to the material and context of the issues addressed.

 

Native EMF Environment- The specifics of electromagnetic fields that would have been witnessed prior to the discovery of electricity and the development of electrical products.

Magnetic Frequencies

 

LAE- Low-frequency Alternating Current Electric Fields 40HZ to 100Khz

MAE- Medium Frequency Alternating Current Electric Fields- 100Khz to 15mhz

HAE – High-Frequency Alternating Current Electric Fields- 15mhz- 6100mhz

LAM- Low frequency Alternating Current Magnetic Fields 40HZ to 100Khz

MAM- Medium Frequency Alternating Current Magnetic Fields- 100Khz to 15mhz

HAM – High Frequency Alternating Current Magnetic Fields- 15mhz- 6100mhz

LDM- Low frequency Direct Current Magnetic Fields 40HZ to 100Khz

MDM- Medium Frequency Direct Current Magnetic Fields- 100Khz to 15mhz

HDM – High Frequency Direct Current Magnetic Fields- 15mhz- 3000mhz

MW- Microwaves 300mhz to 300 ghz

Light Frequencies

NIR- Near Infrared Light 0.75 - 1.4 μm

SWIR- Short Wave Infrared Light 1.4 - 3 μm

MWIR- Mid Wave Infrared Light 3 - 8 μm

LWIR- Long Wave Infrared Light 8 - 15 μm

FIR- Far Infrared Light 15 - 1000 μm

UVC- UltraViolet- 100nm to 290nm

UVB- Ultra Violet- 290nm to 320nm

UVA- Ultra Violet- 320nm to 400nm

VVL- Visible Violet Light- 380nm to 450nm

VBL- Visible Blue Light- 450 to 495

VGL- Visible Green Light- 495nm to 570nm

VYL- Visible Yello Light- 570 to 590nm

VOL- Visible Orange Light- 590nm to 620nm

VRL- Visible Red Light- 620nm to 650nm

XR- XRay 

GR- Gamma Rays

PWM- Pulse width modulation

SM – Static magnetic fields- no frequency