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Personal wireless communication device are used in immediate vicinity of the body, producing high localized RP energy deposition. The motivation of this research is to investigate possible influence of the EM devices on the live organisms, which may result of local tissues overheating. The proprietary computer program package based on the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method for electromagnetic (EM) and thermal analysis of inhomogeneous, as well as method of auxiliary sources (MAS) for partially homogeneous problems was developed. Temperature rise in heterogeneous realistic head model (downscaled to child head size) exposed to mobile phone radiation at 835 MHz is studied. 12 pt. SAR and power absorption in different materials is investigated.