In situ LTE exposure of the general public: Characterization and extrapolation.

@article{Joseph2012InSL,
  title={In situ LTE exposure of the general public: Characterization and extrapolation.},
  author={Wout Joseph and Leen Verloock and Francis Goeminne and G{\"u}nter Vermeeren and Luc Martens},
  journal={Bioelectromagnetics},
  year={2012},
  volume={33 6},
  pages={466-75}
}
In situ radiofrequency (RF) exposure of the different RF sources is characterized in Reading, United Kingdom, and an extrapolation method to estimate worst-case long-term evolution (LTE) exposure is proposed. All electric field levels satisfy the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) reference levels with a maximal total electric field value of 4.5 V/m. The total values are dominated by frequency modulation (FM). Exposure levels for LTE of 0.2 V/m on average and… CONTINUE READING
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