> *From:* Ryan Carboni <ryacko AT gmail.com
>>I have written down so notes on the movie. Also, my cell phone works
> fine in the microwave.
> You might be very near a cell-phone tower.
> Try putting a large plastic or glass container of water in the
> microwave, with the cell phone. (say, 1/2 gallon of water.)
> A microwave cavity, alone, is fairly well-shielded. But it is also
> very low-loss without a "load", an object within it that will absorb the
> 2.45 GHz microwave energy. Usually food, of course.
> One thing that would be useful is an app which showed the received
> signal strength for that cell phone, to a resolution much better than
> the usual 5-bar display.