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Telecommunications and Radio Engineering

DOI: 10.1615/TelecomRadEng.v77.i7.60
pages 635-644

EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF MICROWAVE RADIATION CAUSED BY THE MATERIALS CONTACTING WITH HUMAN BODY

A. Yanenko
National Technical University of Ukraine, Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, Peremohy Avenue 37, 03056, Kyiv, Ukraine
A. Totsky
National Aerospace University, Department of Receiving, Transmitting and Signal Processing, 17 Chkalov Str., 61070, Kharkiv, Ukraine
S. K. Pidchenko
Khmelnytsky National University, Department of Telecommunications and Computer-Integrated Technologies, Institutska Str. 11, 29000, Khmelnitsky, Ukraine
A. A. Taranchuk
Khmelnytsky National University, Department of Telecommunications and Computer-Integrated Technologies, Institutska Str. 11, 29000, Khmelnitsky, Ukraine

RÉSUMÉ

The paper deals with the results of experimental studies of microwave radiation caused by different materials such as textile and natural materials, leather, materials used for thermal physiotherapy purposes and other materials exploited for contact with human body. Comparison of electromagnetic radiation caused by the materials and the human body has been executed. Practical recommendations related for providing electromagnetic compatibility and necessary for selection the best materials from the point of view of the required level of microwave radiation are given.


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