Throughout seven years of research and development, Ginko has developed and perfected a passive mechanism that will protect the users of devices emitting electromagnetic radiation against the latter.
It keeps the equipment working in good conditions (it does not interfere with the quality of mobile communications, for example) and it also ensures minimum exposure to radiation due to the ‘principle of 180º phase shifting’.
It is based on a flexible printed circuit board with two independent antennas, which is usually placed on the back of the equipment whose radiation emissions you intend to reduce.
This product does not require any batteries and it has the same longevity as the equipment on which it is placed.
There have been several scientific studies carried out by independent entities, which verify the efficiency of the Ginko patch.
The following stand out among these studies:
The research results have shown that the Ginko technology practically cancels any impact caused by being exposed to radio frequencies within the environment.