Average absorption cross-section of the human body measured at 1-12 GHz in a reverberant environment : Results of a human volunteer study

@inproceedings{Flintoft2015AverageAC,
  title={Average absorption cross-section of the human body measured at 1-12 GHz in a reverberant environment : Results of a human volunteer study},
  author={I. D. Flintoft and Martin P. Robinson and Gregory C. R. Melia and John F. Dawson and Andy C. Marvin},
  year={2015}
}
The electromagnetic absorption cross-section (ACS) averaged over polarisation and angle-ofincidence of 60 ungrounded adult subjects was measured at microwave frequencies of 1-12 GHz in a reverberation chamber. Average ACS is important in non-ionising dosimetry and exposure studies, and is closely related to the whole-body averaged specific absorption rate (WBSAR). The average ACS was measured with a statistical uncertainty of less than 3 % and high frequency resolution for individuals with a… CONTINUE READING
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