Personal RF exposimetry : measurement method and first results for university students

Abstract : Personal exposimetry in the radiofrequency range is one of the most topical problems of public health, however, instrumentation and methods of this research are still under development. In our project, 47 university students were examined with three different type of personal exposimeters between September 2007 and June 2009, which generated 87 measurement files. The aim of the presentation is to show the procedure of collecting and evaluating data, to point out difficulties and pitfalls, and to present the first results. This project could be a promising start for working out international protocols and a likely basis for systematic epidemiological studies
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Viktoria Finta, Peter Juhasz, Edit Sarkozi, Monika Szolnoki, Ferenc Molnar, et al.. Personal RF exposimetry : measurement method and first results for university students. 32. Bioelectromagnetics Society Annual Meeting (BEMS 2010), Jun 2010, Séoul, South Korea. ⟨ineris-00970635⟩

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