Wireless antennas are regulated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Small cell antennas transmit very low levels of radio waves compared to traditional macro cell antennas. The approved radiated emission levels from small cells meet the current accepted health and safety guidelines. The safety of radio waves has been extensively studied and government agencies and groups that set standards continuously review this research. For more information, please refer to the FCC’s Safety FAQ. Additional details can be found at the U.S Food and Drug Administration, the National Cancer Institute, and the World Health Organization.