Corpus ID: 17875533

HF-RADIATION LEVELS OF GSM CELLULAR PHONE TOWERS IN RESIDENTIAL AREAS

@inproceedings{Haumann2006HFRADIATIONLO,
  title={HF-RADIATION LEVELS OF GSM CELLULAR PHONE TOWERS IN RESIDENTIAL AREAS},
  author={T. Haumann and UWE M{\"U}NZENBERG and W. Maes and Peter Sierck},
  year={2006}
}
  • T. Haumann, UWE MÜNZENBERG, +1 author Peter Sierck
  • Published 2006
  • This study presents data related to GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) cellular phone radiation resulting from antenna sites and towers inside residential areas in Germany. A statistical evaluation of over 200 representative high frequency field measurements is presented for the years 2001 and 2002. Measurements were conducted at different distances and directions using a frequency selective spectrum analysis to obtain only GSM power densities following the Swiss guideline for GSM… CONTINUE READING

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