In order reduce exposure to RF radiation, I decided to connect my laptop to the internet via ethernet. I connected an ethernet cable to my router and then switched the WiFi from my router off. The WiFi network now no longer appears in my "available" networks, however when I use my EMF meter, it still has the same (very high) RF readings near the router. Does turning off the WiFi on the router usually eliminate RF radiation? I am using the Huawei b535-235, which is an over-the-air router/modem. Is that the reason for the still existing radiation? I read articles stating that connecting via ethernet would eliminate RF radiation completely, but maybe that is just the case if you have a ASDL modem/router?
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