Thermic impact because of Induce field of distribution radiation

Document Type : Original Article

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College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Peking University, China

10.52293/WES.2.4.2731

Abstract

The thermic impact in the tissue generates according to penetration and adsorption of radiofrequency radiation released by the radio distribution antenna. The numeric estimation is created for the special adsorption speed in the outcome of the generated electrical domain according to the radio tower in various spaces from the transition tower. The penetration depth in the blood and cerebro spinal fluid is various. The body temperature has remained in a set point via the body thermoregulatory technique is concerned. The tissue injury might generate according to the unavailability of adequate techniques for carrying out all of the undesirable warmth in the heat energy increase deposited by the distribution antenna that may be harmful to the human beings. The comparison is produced by the international approaches of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Commission on Non-Ionization Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) for the energy deposit amount according to the radio frequency of highly power distribution antenna in the chosen tissues. For following the international approaches carefully for the high power transmitters installation of radiofrequency radiation is suggested and the recommendation is created for the lowest space of human beings from distribution antenna for secure exposures.

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