Analysis of SAR for body-mounted mobile phones
인체 착용형 무선 단말기에 대한 노출량 해석
- Park, Min-Young (Dept. of Radio Science & Engineering, Chungnam Nat'l University) ;
- Ko, Chea-Ok (Dept. of Radio Science & Engineering, Chungnam Nat'l University) ;
- Pack, Jeong-Ki (Dept. of Radio Science & Engineering, Chungnam Nat'l University)
- Published : 2005.11.05
A variety of wireless devices are commercially available now. Most of studies, however, have been directed to the biological effects of mobile-phone EMF. In this study, dosimetric analysis for wireless devices of head-mounted display type and a wristwatch type were made to investigate possible biological effects of these devices. SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) distributions were calculated using FDTD (Finite Difference Time Domain) method, for adult human models such as standard Korean human model and VHP(Visible Human Project) model, as well as scaled models. Measurements were also performed for SAM phantom wearing a simplified prototype for a wireless device for validation of the simulation results. It has been found that children are more vulnerable to such exposure, and these devices could cause some biological effects for relatively lower power compared to conventional mobile pones.
SAR;Head-mounted display;Wristwatch-type phone;Biological effects;Dosimetric