Study overviews

Mobile phone related articles are

Experimental studies on mobile communications

1343 studies in total
  1. 539 studies
  2. 419 studies
  3. 414 studies
  4. 177 studies
  5. 153 studies
  6. 85 studies

Health

539 studies in total
  1. 115 studies
  2. 56 studies
  3. 48 studies
  4. 46 studies
  5. 44 studies
  6. 44 studies
  7. 44 studies
  8. 42 studies
  9. 42 studies
  10. 39 studies
  11. 24 studies
  12. 20 studies
  13. 19 studies
  14. 18 studies
  15. 11 studies
  16. 6 studies
  17. 4 studies

Heart rate/blood pressure 44 studies in total

Authors Year Exposed system Endpoints Frequency range SAR Exposure duration Parameters
Augner C et al. 2012 human physiological measures (heart rate, heart rate variability, blood pressure), subjective symptoms (headache, nausea, fatigue, dizziness, skin irritation) 835–1,800 MHz - 5-180 min mobile phone, GSM, NMT, mobile communications
Choi SB et al. 2014 human - 1,950 MHz 1.57 W/kg - mobile phone, W-CDMA, mobile communications, personal
Ekici B et al. 2016 human heart rate variability - - < 30 minutes/day of mobile phone use mobile phone, mobile communications, personal
Wallace J et al. 2020 human - 900 MHz - - mobile phone, GSM, mobile communications
Atlasz T et al. 2006 human, partial body heart rate, heart rate variability 900 MHz 1.3 W/kg continuous for 10 min digital mobile phone, GSM, mobile communications
Umar ZU et al. 2014 human, partial body: chest ECG and blood pressure - - for 15 minutes comprising 3 phases (before calls, during calls and after calls) at 5 minutes each mobile phone, mobile communications
Tamer A et al. 2009 human, partial body: chest (heart reagion) hemodynamic (heart rate, blood pressure) and cardiac electrical activity (P wave and QT interval dispersion) 900–1,800 MHz 2 W/kg - mobile phone, mobile communications
Wilen J et al. 2006 human, partial body: head physiological and cognitive responses 900 MHz 0.8–1 W/kg continuous for 30 min GSM, mobile communications
Parazzini M et al. 2007 human, partial body: head autonomic nervous system response, heart rate variability 900 MHz 0.02 W/kg continuous for 26 min GSM, mobile communications
Andrzejak R et al. 2008 human, partial body: head effect on heart rate variability 1,800 MHz 0.48 W/kg continuous for 20 min mobile phone, digital mobile phone, GSM, mobile communications