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Responses to Comments on Assessment of Polarization Dependence of Body Shadow Effect on Dosimetry Measurements in the 2.4 GHz Band
Miguel-Bilbao, Silvia de ISCIII | Blas, Juan | Ramos-Gonzalez, Maria Victoria ISCIII
Bioelectromagnetics. 2017 Dec;38(8):650-652
When the personal exposimeter (PEM) is worn by the user, in non-line of sight conditions, the electric field (E-field) measured has three contributions: (1) propagation through the human body; (2) contribution travelling around the human body; (3) and reflexions from the environment. Second, another component of the E-field measured by the PEM is the trapped surface wave signals around the body. Third, in indoor environments, electromagnetic waves are composed of specular and diffuse components.
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