|Author:||Marai Abousetta,Salah Al-Mously|
|Publisher:||VDM Verlag Dr. Müller (December 4, 2009)|
|Category:||Engineering and Transport|
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Distance (R) of human body from BSA is varied in the range of . m to . m. Values of whole-body average SAR obtained by hybrid FDTD method closely match with that obtained by SFDTD method. For number of carrier frequency equal to five and R 0:5 m, maximum value of whole-body average SAR obtained by both hybrid FDTD and SFDTD method is found to be . 9 W/kg which decreases either with increase of R or decrease of number of carrier frequencies.
Cell Phones: The EM coupling with Human Body. Witnessing the amazing increase in the use of cell phone handsets, as based on recent market studies, it can be rightly expected that by the end of the first decade of the current century the number of users could rise to four billions. The need emerges, therefore, for investigation of electromagnetic coupling between cell phone antennas and a human with the intention of keeping the anticipated hazard to users at the lowest level.
Salah I. Al-Mously, Marai M. Abousetta. A thorough investigation into the efiect of the hand-hold position on the electro- magnetic (EM) wave interaction of a clamshell-type cellular handset and a human is presented in this paper. This paper is intended to investigate intensely the impact of multipossible hand-hold positions on the electromagnetic (EM) interaction of handset antennas and a human by using a finite-differenc. More).
Abousetta, 2008c; Al-Mously and Abdalla, 2009; Al-Mously. Cell Phones: The EM coupling with Human Body.
Abousetta, 2008c; Al-Mously and Abdalla, 2009; Al-Mously Salah I. Yahya. This paper presents a thorough investigation into the effect of the external antenna and printed circuit board (PCB) positions in cellular hand-sets on the coupling between the handset and human-head at GSM-900 frequency standard. The antenna performance and the specific absorption rate (SAR) induced in a human head were computed using a Finite Difference Time-Domain based platform (SEMCAD).
Cell Phones: The EM Coupling with Human Body by Salah Al-Mously (English) Paperb. Study of both antenna and PCB positions effect on the coupling between the cellular hand-set and human head at GSM-900 standard. This paper investigates the impact of the hand-hold positions on both antenna performance and the specific absorption rate (SAR) induced in the user’s head. S. I. Al-Mously, M.
Abousetta, . Human exposure to radio frequency fields from hand-held and body-mounted wireless communication devices - Human models, instrumentation, and procedures - Part . .
A Study of the Hand-Hold Impact on the EM Interaction of A Cellular Handset and A Human Head. International Journal of Electronics, Circuits, and Systems (IJECS) 2(2), 91–95 (2008)Google Scholar. Human exposure to radio frequency fields from hand-held and body-mounted wireless communication devices - Human models, instrumentation, and procedures - Part 1: Procedure to determine the specific absorption rate (SAR) for hand-held devices used in close proximity to the ear (frequency range of 300 MHz to 3 GHz), IEC 62209-1 (2006) Google Scholar. Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) Estimation for Cellular Phone, ARIB Standard-T56, 2002. Abstract: This paper investigates the impact of the hand-hold positions on both antenna performance and the specific absorption rate (SAR) induced in the user-s head. Product Standard to Demonstrate the Compliance of Mobile Phones with the Basic Restrictions Related to Human Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields (300 MHz - 3 GHz), EN 50360, 2001. Basic Standard for the Measurement of Specific Absorption Rate Related to Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields from Mobile Phones (300 MHz - 3 GHz), EN 50361, 2001.
SI Al-Mously, MM Abousetta. International Journal of Antennas and Propagation 2008, 2008. A novel cellular handset design for an enhanced antenna performance and a reduced SAR in the human head. SI Al-Mously, MM Abousetta. A Study of the Hand-Hold Impact on the EM Interaction of a Cellular Handset and a Human. International Journal of Electrical, Computer, Energetic, Electronic an. 2008.