Biological Effects of Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Field

  title={Biological Effects of Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Field},
  author={H. Lai},
  • H. Lai
  • Published 2005
  • Environmental Science
  • Radiofrequency electromagnetic field=radiation (RFR) covers a large segment of the electromagnetic spectrum and falls within the nonionizing bands. Its frequency ranges between 3KHz and 300GHz. Cellular phones, wireless transmission towers for radio, TV, and telecommunication, radar and many other applications emit RFR. Different frequencies of RFR are used in different applications. For example, the frequency range of 540–1600KHz is used in AM radio transmission, while 76–108MHz is used for FM… CONTINUE READING
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