The test subjects were placed in two transparent Plexiglas metabolic cages positioned side by side and closer to the input port of the GTEM cell. The rats (five and four) were free to move inside a volume of 24 cm x 34 cm x 12.5 cm (W x L x H). The electric field was perpendicular to the plane on which the rats were located.
The applied power level was monitored by a power meter with a thermalprobe connected to a directional coupler. SAR values were numerically determined by the FDTD method for three different input power levels and validated by measuring the electric field at 10 selected positions on an XY plane representing the positions of the rats during actual exposure.
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