SELECTIVE VERSUS INTEGRALLY ISOTROPIC ELECTROMAGNETIC POWER DENSITY MEASUREMENTS

Authors

  • Gláucio Lima Siqueira

Keywords:

comparison among radiation electromagnetic energy sources, Non-Ionizing Radiation (NIR), power density measurements

Abstract

Electromagnetic radiation power density are measured in several points of Porto Alegre city. The aim of these measurements is to compare the level of radiation attributed to each individual source. It is important to clarify that the implementation of the cellular system does not altered significantly the total level of non-ionizing electromagnetic energy present on the city environment.

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Published

2010-08-01

How to Cite

Gláucio Lima Siqueira. (2010). SELECTIVE VERSUS INTEGRALLY ISOTROPIC ELECTROMAGNETIC POWER DENSITY MEASUREMENTS. Journal of Microwaves, Optoelectronics and Electromagnetic Applications (JMOe), 9(1), 34-42. Retrieved from http://www.jmoe.org/index.php/jmoe/article/view/285

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Section

Regular Papers