Evaluation of Electromagnetic Dosimetry of Wireless Systems in Complex Indoor Scenarios with Human Body Interaction

  title={Evaluation of Electromagnetic Dosimetry of Wireless Systems in Complex Indoor Scenarios with Human Body Interaction},
  author={Erik Aguirre and Javier Arp{\'o}n and Leyre Azpilicueta and Sara de Miguel and Victoria Ramos and Francisco Falcone},
In this work, the influence of human body within the estimation of dosimetric values is analyzed. A simplified human body model, including the dispersive nature of material parameters of internal organs, skin, muscle, bones and other elements has been implemented. Such a model has been included within an indoor scenario in which an in-house 3D ray launching code has been applied to estimate received power levels within the complete scenario. The results enhance previous dosimetric estimations… CONTINUE READING
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