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Specific Absorption Rates of Energy in Man Models Exposed to Cellular UHF Mobile-Antenna Fields

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Thermography, nonperturbing temperature probes, and E-field sensitive diodes were used to quantify the SAR patterns in human models exposed to UHF mobile-antenna fields. The exposure conditions include man, woman, and child models in the standing position close to roof- and trunk-mounted antenna; man sitting in the back seat near a trunk-mounted antenna; child kneeling in the back seat and looking through the rear window. Incident power densities near the antennas were also measured. Based on the current ANSI radio-frequency protection guide, the exemption of 7-W input power will violate the ANSI primary exposure criterion, but satisfies the 8-W/kg exclusion clauses. A maximum power of 3.5 W would satisfy all of the ANSI guides.

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Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:34 ,  Issue: 6 )