Does the human body alter measurement uncertainty of a multi-band wearable distributed radio frequency exposure meter ?

Abstract : Human exposure to radio frequency (RF) radiation is usu-ally measured by personal exposimeters (PEMs). The main issue of PEMs is that the presence of the human body results in large uncertainties up to 35 dB. For the first time, a multi-band multi-node wearable dis-tributed RF exposure meter (MBWE) is designed and cali-brated on body. The goal is to reduce the influence of human body on measurements of the MBWE. This is achieved in terms of on-body calibrations. Moreover, the MBWE is cali-brated on five human subjects to assess the influence of hu-man body on its measurement uncertainty.
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Reza Aminzadeh, A. Thielens, P. van Torre, S. Agneessens, M. van den Bossche, et al.. Does the human body alter measurement uncertainty of a multi-band wearable distributed radio frequency exposure meter ?. Joint conference EMBEC'17 & NBC'17, Jun 2017, Tampere, Finland. ⟨ineris-01853463⟩

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