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Statistical Analysis of Real Radiofrequencies Exposure in a Realistic Environment

Abstract : In this paper, the general public daily exposure to radiofrequencies in indoor areas is investigated. The considered signals are FM, TV, and GSM over one day. The study focus on the determination of the distribution of FM, TV, and GSM signals in a realistic electromagnetic environment in Indoor distinguishing Urban and Rural locations. The goal is to analyze the real exposure compared to maximum assessment imposed by radio protection standards. 17 measurements in Urban and 6 measurements in Rural areas have been performed. A total of 145690 time samples per signal for Urban and 51420 time samples per signal for Rural were obtained from the measurement campaign.
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Zaher Mahfouz, David Lautru, Azeddine Gati, Man-Faï Wong, Joe Wiart, et al.. Statistical Analysis of Real Radiofrequencies Exposure in a Realistic Environment. MMS 2010, Aug 2010, Guzelyurt, Cyprus. ⟨hal-00598720⟩

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