International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
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Comparison Nokia, Samsung and Sony mobile phones in the specific absorption rate of head induced to electric field

Author(s):Yadolah Fakhri1 and Monireh Majlessi

The use of mobile phones has expanded in recent decades. Despite the extensive studies in this field, less attention has been paid to the biological effects of electromagnetic fields emitted by the mobile phones. Therefore, in this study there has been an attempt to compare the electric field, the specific absorption rate caused by exposure to mobile phones from samsung, nokia and sony to be followed. The electric field of Samsung mobile phones (8 Brands), Nokia (9 Brands) and Sony (4 Brands) at intervals of 2, 25 and 50 cm in case of ringing, vibration and silent modes by HI-3603 equipment to measure and compare. The electric field amplitude Brand Samsung 0.06 to 1.5 v/m in Nokia brand 0.06 to 10.9 v/m, 0.05 to 2.8 v/m in the Sony brand. Specific absorption rate respectively in different modes Samsung brand; vibration

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