Partial-body exposure of human volunteers to 2450 MHz pulsed or CW fields provokes similar thermoregulatory responses.

@article{Adair2001PartialbodyEO,
  title={Partial-body exposure of human volunteers to 2450 MHz pulsed or CW fields provokes similar thermoregulatory responses.},
  author={Eleanor Reed Adair and Kevin S Mylacraine and Brenda L Cobb},
  journal={Bioelectromagnetics},
  year={2001},
  volume={22 4},
  pages={246-59}
}
Many reports describe data showing that continuous wave (CW) and pulsed (PW) radiofrequency (RF) fields, at the same frequency and average power density (PD), yield similar response changes in the exposed organism. During whole-body exposure of squirrel monkeys at 2450 MHz CW and PW fields, heat production and heat loss responses were nearly identical. To explore this question in humans, we exposed two different groups of volunteers to 2450 MHz CW (two females, five males) and PW (65 micros… CONTINUE READING