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Exposure Assessment Of Wireless Devices Frequencies Above 6 GHz
June 2016 | Presentation

Exposure Assessment Of Wireless Devices Frequencies Above 6 GHz by Leeor Alon, NYU School of Medicine, NYU Langone Medical Center, NYU Center for Biological Imaging


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PROPEL 5G
June 2016 | Presentation

PROPEL 5G - PROcedures and techniques for Proving compliance to Exposure Limits of 5G wireless devices by Benoit Derat, ART-Fi SAS (A Mobile Manufacturers Forum sponsored project Benoît Derat, Lyazid Aberbour, Sergio Arianos, ART-Fi SAS; Winfried Simon, IMST GmbH; Cyril Luxey, EpOC, University of Nice; Frédéric Gianesello, STMicroelectronics)


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EMF Exposure Limits and Compliance Assessment for Wireless Devices Operating at Frequencies above 6 GHz
June 2016 | Presentation

EMF Exposure Limits and Compliance Assessment for Wireless Devices Operating at Frequencies above 6 GHz by Mark Douglas, IT'IS


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Mobile Abstracts
June 2016 | Research Update

Scientific publications relevant to mobile telephony published in June 2016


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Wireless Charging and Health
June 2016 | Brochure

Notebooks, smartphones and tablets are an indispensable part of our daily lives. Their growing computing power, extensive communications capabilities and many useful applications means that it is becoming increasingly important to ensure that these devices have battery power to last throughout the day. One technology that is helping to meet this need is wireless charging. While wireless charging isn’t new, questions have arisen about the electromagnetic fields generated by the charging units, and we have developed this brochure to help answer these questions.


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US National Toxicology Program Animal Study
May 2016 | Viewpoint

Researchers at the National Toxicology Program (NTP) have released partial findings in relation to their RF exposure study on rats and mice. The study report released found ‘low incidences’ of malignant gliomas in the brain and schwannomas in the heart of male rats exposed to RF energy. These results were not seen in female rats or in mice.


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