Measurement of Microwave Radiation from Rotating Radar Antennas and Proposals for Limiting Exposure to Pulse- Modulated Radiation in General Public and Occupational

Abstract

Numerous investigations, performed in recent years, have confirmed occurrence of various biological effects, which have been evoked by pulsed microwave radiation in humans and animals. In such exposures, e.g. from radars, the energy may reach very high values of power density in peak, at relatively low levels of power density averaged in time. This is… (More)

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@inproceedings{Kubacki2002MeasurementOM, title={Measurement of Microwave Radiation from Rotating Radar Antennas and Proposals for Limiting Exposure to Pulse- Modulated Radiation in General Public and Occupational}, author={Roman Kubacki and Stanisław Szmigielski and Halina ANIOLCZYK}, year={2002} }