Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12105/6284
Evaluation of electromagnetic interference and exposure assessment from s-health solutions based on Wi-Fi devices
Miguel-Bilbao, Silvia de ISCIII | Aguirre, Erik | Lopez Iturri, Peio | Azpilicueta, Leire | Roldan, Jose ISCIII | Falcone, Francisco | Ramos-Gonzalez, Maria Victoria ISCIII
Biomed Res Int. 2015;2015:784362
In the last decade the number of wireless devices operating at the frequency band of 2.4 GHz has increased in several settings, such as healthcare, occupational, and household. In this work, the emissions from Wi-Fi transceivers applicable to context aware scenarios are analyzed in terms of potential interference and assessment on exposure guideline compliance. Near field measurement results as well as deterministic simulation results on realistic indoor environments are presented, providing insight on the interaction between the Wi-Fi transceiver and implantable/body area network devices as well as other transceivers operating within an indoor environment, exhibiting topological and morphological complexity. By following approaches (near field estimation/deterministic estimation), colocated body situations as well as large indoor emissions can be determined. The results show in general compliance with exposure levels and the impact of overall network deployment, which can be optimized in order to reduce overall interference levels while maximizing system performance.
Absorption, Radiation | Computer Communication Networks | Computer Simulation | Electricity | Humans | Spectrum Analysis | Cell Phone | Electromagnetic Fields | Electronics | Environmental Exposure | Health
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