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Experimental Evaluation of RF Emission levels around some Selected Base Stations

Experimental Evaluation of RF Emission levels around some Selected Base Stations

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Title: Experimental Evaluation of RF Emission levels around some Selected Base Stations
Author: Abd Almhamoud, Mohammad Musa
Abstract: The tremendous increase in the use of mobile technology all over the world as an essential tool used in wide area in communication field that has lead to great details of controversial human health issues. This thesis is concerned with performing some measurement around some selected base stations ,actually in four different situations by using RF. Field meter. The main purpose of these measurements is to get radio wave parameters (power density, electrical field) to calculate SAR which will be used as criteria of exposure assessment and compare the measured values to reference level of international standards such as ICNIRP, NRBP in order to see whether is there any adverse effects on health when people expose to radio frequencies that emitted from base station's antennas. The results Obtained show that the measured values of power density are below international standards safety guidelines and there is no convincing evidence that the radio waves radiated from base station's antennas have harmful effects to the human health as along as the measured values of power density are much lower than reference values of international standards. However, these results are preliminary and more work is needed to confirm them.
Description: 84 page
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/handle/123456789/9984
Date: 2015-04-30


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