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This work describes the dosimetry of a two waveguide cell system designed to expose newborn mice to electromagnetic fields associated with wireless fidelity signals in the frequency band of 2.45 GHz. The dosimetric characterisation of the exposure system was performed both numerically and experimentally. Specific measures were adopted with regard to the(More)
A wire patch cell (WPC) operating at the uplink frequency band of GSM 1800 MHz has been designed for in vitro experiments with the aim of investigating the possible biological effects of electromagnetic radiation associated with cellular phones. The 1800 MHz WPC design is a direct descendant of the original 900 MHz WPC introduced by Laval et al. This system(More)
We discuss the theory and experimental considerations of a quantum feedback scheme for producing deterministically reproducible spin squeezing. Continuous nondemolition atom number measurement from monitoring a probe field conditionally squeezes the sample. Simultaneous feedback of the measurement results controls the quantum state such that the squeezing(More)
A computational model of an oscillatory laminar flow of an incompressible Newtonian fluid has been carried out in the proximal part of human tracheobronchial trees, either normal or with a strongly stenosed right main bronchus. After acquisition with a multislice spiral CT, the thoracic images are processed to reconstruct the geometry of the trachea and the(More)
It is shown that because of the radiation pressure a Schrödinger cat state can be generated in a resonator with oscillating wall. The optomechanical control of quantum macroscopic coherence and its detection is taken into account introducing new cat states. The effects due to the environmental couplings with this nonlinear system are considered developing(More)
Measurements in the real environment, i.e. with several different electromagnetic field (EMF) sources and scattering problems, require an accurate analysis of problems concerning narrowband measurements. The aim of the present work was the development of an automatic procedure for narrowband electric field measurements in open sites with multiple sources,(More)
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—The purpose of this research is to assess the benefit of assimilating satellite altimeter data for naval undersea warfare. To accomplish this, sensitivity of the weapon acoustic preset program (WAPP) for the Mk 48 variant torpedo to changes in the sound-speed profile (SSP) is analyzed with SSP derived from the modular ocean data assimilation system(More)
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