Presentation 1997/2/20
Role of Human Model on R&D of Hand-held Wireless Equipments
Koichi ITO, Masao TAKI,
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Abstract(in English) With the development of hand-held wireless equipments, it becomes quite important, to assess objectively and quantitatively the EM interaction between human body and such an equipment. It is essential to establish proper numerical and experimental human models and to obtain simulated results through the models. Firstly a typical numerical human head model as well as an experimental phantom will be introduced. Secondly, some roles of a human model will be described. Finally, a few comments on using such human models will be made.
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Keyword(in English) hand-held wireless equipments / human model / phantom / simulation / safety assessment
Paper # A・P96-164,EMCJ96-99,RCS96-178,MW96-204
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Conference Date 1997/2/20(1days)
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Title (in English) Role of Human Model on R&D of Hand-held Wireless Equipments
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Keyword(1) hand-held wireless equipments
Keyword(2) human model
Keyword(3) phantom
Keyword(4) simulation
Keyword(5) safety assessment
1st Author's Name Koichi ITO
1st Author's Affiliation Faculty of Engineering, Chiba University()
2nd Author's Name Masao TAKI
2nd Author's Affiliation Faculty of Engineering, Tokyo Metropolitan University
Date 1997/2/20
Paper # A・P96-164,EMCJ96-99,RCS96-178,MW96-204
Volume (vol) vol.96
Number (no) 527
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 8
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