1000 mm x 1100 mm x 2050 mm anechoic chamber made of six demountable plywood board panels laminated with copper foil and covered with absorbing material on the inside; directional antenna placed in the top part of the chamber
Lund University Hospital/Medical Faculty of Lund University, Sweden
Märit and Hans Rausing Charitable Foundation, UK
Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation, Sweden
Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF), Sweden
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An in vitro study of the effects of exposure to a GSM signal in two human cell lines: monocytic U937 and neuroblastoma SK-N-SH.