33.4 m³ aluminum chamber, covered on the inside with RF absorbers, all non-coaxial cables to and from the chamber filtered at the entrance, ferrite beads mounted on the cables to suppress common signals, no 50 Hz power supply in the chamber, all lights were fibre optic or 12 V DC
participants seated at a desk inside the chamber; tetra handset connected via a coaxial cable from the external antenna to a controllable attenuator, an amplifier, a coupler for monitoring the exposure, and to the exposure antenna fixed on a plastic helmet which the test person was wearing; antenna fixed in the cheek position
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