Long-term study of 435 MHz radio-frequency radiation on blood-borne end points in cannulated rats. Part I: Engineering considerations.

@article{Bonasera1988LongtermSO,
  title={Long-term study of 435 MHz radio-frequency radiation on blood-borne end points in cannulated rats. Part I: Engineering considerations.},
  author={S Bonasera and J C Toler and Vojin Popovi{\'c}},
  journal={The Journal of microwave power and electromagnetic energy : a publication of the International Microwave Power Institute},
  year={1988},
  volume={23 2},
  pages={95-104}
}
To study the effects of exposure to long-term, low-level radio-frequency radiation (RFR) on various physiological systems in a large population of rodents, a complete exposure facility was designed and constructed at the Georgia Institute of Technology. The major components of the facility included a set of circular, stacked, parallel-plate waveguides fed by slotted-cylinder antennas. The waveguides provided a TE10 mode, horizontally polarized field in which the maximal power density occurred… CONTINUE READING