Study regarding implants/medical devices
Effects of an increased air gap on the in vitro interaction of wireless phones with cardiac pacemakers.
Published in: Bioelectromagnetics 2000; 21 (7): 485-490
Ismail MM et al.
Third-generation mobile phones (UMTS) do not interfere with permanent implanted pacemakers.
Trigano A et al.
Reliability of electromagnetic filters of cardiac pacemakers tested by cellular telephone ringing.
Tandogan I et al.
The effects of mobile phones on pacemaker function.
Barbaro V et al.
On the mechanisms of interference between mobile phones and pacemakers: parasitic demodulation of GSM signal by the sensing amplifier.
Trigano AJ et al.
Electromagnetic interference of external pacemakers by walkie-talkies and digital cellular phones: experimental study.
Schlegel RE et al.
Electromagnetic compatibility study of the in-vitro interaction of wireless phones with cardiac pacemakers.