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Comparison of the absorption characteristics of block and prolate spheroidal models of man exposed to near fields of short electric dipole

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It is shown that the average specific absorption rates (SAR's) in a prolate spheroidal model of man are essentially the same as those for a block model of man irradiated by a short electric dipole at 27.12 MHz, even in the near fields. For purposes of average SAR, this allows use of the simpler and less expensive prolate spheroidal calculations.

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Proceedings of the IEEE  (Volume:69 ,  Issue: 8 )