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Experimental studies on mobile communications

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538 studies in total
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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
Rezk AY et al. 2008 human, partial body: head of the mother fetal and neonatal heart rate and cardiac output 900 MHz - 10 min mobile phone, GSM, mobile communications
Parkar MA et al. 2010 human heart rate, blood pressure, oxygen saturation, different hematological parameters and lipid profile 900 MHz - 150 phone calls/month (total duration: 500 min/month) for more than 4 years mobile phone, GSM, mobile communications
Parazzini M et al. 2013 human, partial body: head autonomic nervous system response, heart rate variability 900 MHz 0.02 W/g continuous for 26 min mobile phone, GSM, mobile communications
Meral I et al. 2014 - - 890–915 MHz - - mobile phone, GSM, mobile communications
Devasia T et al. 2014 human, partial body: left anterior chest wall cardiac parameters (ECG) 900–1,800 MHz - not given mobile phone, GSM, mobile communications
Choi SB et al. 2014 human - 1,950 MHz 1.57 W/kg - mobile phone, W-CDMA, mobile communications, personal
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
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
Alhusseiny A et al. 2012 human, partial body: precordial or belt level (left side) electrocardiographic parameters 900 MHz - 2 times for 40 seconds mobile phone, mobile communications