Ten healthy subjects participated at two sessions (exposure and sham exposure), respectively, with each session lasting for 50 minutes (10 min rest, 30 minutes exposure or sham exposure, 10 minutes rest) and being conducted with an interval of one week.
Exposure duration: continuous for 30 min
|Exposure duration||continuous for 30 min|
No parameters are specified for this exposure.
Several statistically significant synchronization events were found in different frequency bands of exposed probands compared to sham exposure during and after exposure. The main areas of synchronization were located in the left and middle prefrontal areas and the right temporal areas.
The authors conclude that an acute exposure of human probands to a 2573 MHz electromagnetic field can modulate the brain activity, even in brain regions remote from the source of exposure.