The SAR distribution at the cell plane was estimated at ±24% of the meanSAR, while the max. to min. ratio within the sample region was approx. 4:1.
Measurement and calculation details
Absolute SAR values were determined at various points by thermometric measurements. SAR distribution in the aperture plane within the sample at three levels from the bottom (0.5, 1.0 and 1.5 mm) was assessed by relative E-field measurements [Gajda et al., 2002].
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