Absorption in human body at 900MHz for oblique incidence of plane wave

Iskra, S, McKenzie, R and Cosic, I 2009, 'Absorption in human body at 900MHz for oblique incidence of plane wave', Electronics Letters, vol. 45, no. 12, pp. 602-604.


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Title Absorption in human body at 900MHz for oblique incidence of plane wave
Author(s) Iskra, S
McKenzie, R
Cosic, I
Year 2009
Journal name Electronics Letters
Volume number 45
Issue number 12
Start page 602
End page 604
Total pages 2
Publisher The Institution of Engineering and Technology
Abstract ICNIRP(1998) and IEEE C95.1-2005 limits for human exposure to radio-frequency fields are derived based on the condition of maximal coupling of the field to the body. In this study, at 900 MHz, the whole body average specific absorption rate (SARWB) for an adult's and a child's body is computed under these conditions and is shown to be also relatively uniform when explored over a range of oblique angles of incidence and polarisation of a constant amplitude plane wave. The SARWB in the body remains below the public limit of 80 mW/kg when the oblique field is maintained at the limit value of 41.1 V/m.
Subject Biomechanical Engineering
DOI - identifier 10.1049/el.2009.0894
Copyright notice © 2009 Institution of Engineering and Technology
ISSN 0013-5194
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