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Assessment Methodologies of Child Exposure in Realistic Wireless Contexts

Abstract : With the rapid development of technology and the easy access to wireless services, children become more and more addicted to wireless technologies and increasingly exposed to electromagnetic waves. This tendency is reflected in the large researches carried in the study of child’s exposure, wherein also the present paper is inscribed. This study dedicated to investigate the exposure of child to the electromagnetic radiations emitted by some wireless devices. Firstly, we give an overview of the numerical tools used in the assessment of the exposure. Secondly, we present some results obtained with a heterogeneous child model. Finally, we discuss the statistical approaches dedicated to analyze the exposure variability in realistic wireless networks.
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A. Krayni, A. Hadjem, Alain Sibille, Christophe Roblin, Joe Wiart. Assessment Methodologies of Child Exposure in Realistic Wireless Contexts. APEMC, May 2015, Taipeh, Taiwan. ⟨hal-01188312⟩



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