The influence of Wi-Fi range electromagnetic radiation on the parameters of the human’s heart variability

  title={The influence of Wi-Fi range electromagnetic radiation on the parameters of the human’s heart variability},
  author={S. Yu. Rybalko and Yu V Bobrik and A. L. Korepanov},
  journal={IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science},
The issue of the effect of Wi Fi range (WFR) electromagnetic radiation (EMR) on the human’s body has recently become topical due to a considerable growth of the abundance and exposition of this factor. The energy evaluation of the influence is a complicated task due to the phenomenon of superposition of multitude Wi Fi sources, effecting humans simultaneously. The paper studies the effect of the Wi Fi source’s electromagnetic radiation on the cardiovascu lar and vegetative nervous systems of… 



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