Exposure systems for bioelectromagnetic investigations in the radiofrequency range: Classification and emerging trends

@article{Paffi2011ExposureSF,
  title={Exposure systems for bioelectromagnetic investigations in the radiofrequency range: Classification and emerging trends},
  author={Alessandra Paffi and Francesca Apollonio and Giorgio Alfonso Lovisolo and Carmela Marino and Micaela Liberti},
  journal={Proceedings of the 5th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EUCAP)},
  year={2011},
  pages={3159-3163}
}
In this work, the radiofrequency (RF) exposure systems, used for bioelectromagnetic investigations and published in international journals from 1999, have been reviewed and classified. Classification is based on criteria accounting for both the experimental protocol and the kind of electromagnetic structure employed: radiating, propagating and resonant. The main general features of different kinds of in vitro and in vivo systems have been presented and discussed. Moreover, specifications coming… CONTINUE READING

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