volume 48, issue 3, P579-588 2006
DOI: 10.1109/temc.2006.877785
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Abstract: This paper reports the results of an international intercomparison of the specific absorption rates (SARs) measured in a flat-bottomed container (flat phantom), filled with human head tissue simulant fluid, placed in the near-field of custom-built dipole antennas operating at 900 and 1800 MHz, respectively. These tests of the reliability of experimental SAR measurements have been conducted as part of a verification of the ways in which wireless phones are tested and certified for compliance with safety standar…

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