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National Association of Broadcasters Engineering Handbook, 11th Edition by Garrison C. Cavell

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Chapter3.5

Human Exposure to Radio Frequency Energy

Robert D. Weller, P.E.

National Association of Broadcasters

Washington, DC

Introduction

The awareness and use of electromagnetic energy for communications continues to increase with consumers routinely having WiFi access points, cell phones, and a host of other wirelessly connected devices in their homes. This chapter updates previous editions of the NAB Engineering Handbook and is focused on the requirements of broadcasters, including new and revised standards in force, proposed regulatory actions, and updated methods for measuring radio frequency energy. Since the last version of the handbook was published, a large number of new studies have evaluated the potential for acute and chronic RF ...

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