||Which Wi-Fi network should I use to access the “New Taipei City Wi-Fi
||The "New Taipei City Wi-Fi Service" Wi-Fi service network is named
(SSID) "NewTaipei." (For more information, please see "Connection Setting
||Where can I access the "New Taipei City Wi-Fi Service"?
||This service is a public access network that can be used to access
public services in New Taipei City Administration Buildings, District
Offices, Household Registration Offices, Land Offices, Revenue Service
Offices, etc., through "Hotspots" (For more information, please see
||Why does the service suspend automatically when I stop using the "New
Taipei City Wi-Fi Service" after a while?
||To enable allocation efficiency, the service will automatically suspend
if it detects that the user connection has been idle for more than 15 minutes.
Press the red button "Agree & Connect" to continue service.
||Does Wi-Fi electromagnetic radiation affect health?
||You need to use Wi-Fi AP to enjoy the convenience of broadband Wi-Fi
access. However, health concerns about Wi-Fi electromagnetic radiation
have been the topic of heated discussion for some time. The International
Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) stated that the
official threshold values for limiting the health impact of extremely low
frequency electromagnetic fields should remain below 1 mW / sq cm (1,000
microwatts / sq cm or 10.0 micro watts / square meter).The National
Communications Commission measured Wi-Fi AP electromagnetic radiation in
Taiwan in June 2008 and determined that the value was 0.000000379
microwatts/sq cm, which is far lower than the proposed ICNIRP threshold.
The Taipei Environmental Protection Agency also invited several private
companies to test AP location electromagnetic radiation values. An agency
spokesperson pointed out that, with reference to the standard 1,000
microwatts/sq cm, the spots with the highest values (2.08 microwatts/ sq
meter) are those closest to the transmitter and they are still much lower
than the reference standard. According to a report released in May 2006 by
the World Health Organization (WHO) on "Electromagnetic waves and public
health: base stations and wireless network technology", there is still no
reliable scientific evidence to prove that weak electromagnetic radiation
from Wi Fi networks will cause any health problems.
||Does the New Taipei City WiFi service provide international roaming
||Due to the fulfillment of the contract period , NewTaipei's international
roaming service with cities in Japan has been terminated since June 1st,