Measurement of Specific Absorption Rate in Human Phantoms Exposed to Simulated Air Force Radar Emissions
Final rept. Oct 1980-Sep 1981
SCHOOL OF AEROSPACE MEDICINE BROOKS AFB TX
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It has been suggested that pulsed radiofrequency radiation RFR fields may produce different specific absorption rate SAR distributions than continuous wave CW exposures. SAR distributions were measured in a muscle- equivalent slab for various RFR frequencies and duty-cycle combinations. No significant differences in SAR distribution between pulsed and CW were measured.