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This study describes an experimental setup for evaluating the physiological effects of radiofrequency fields emitted from WCDMA in humans.
Two groups of ten volunteers with self-reported electromagnetic hypersensitivity (five males/five females) and ten non-electromagnetic hypersensitivity subjects (five males/five females) participated and were sham exposed and exposed on two different days. Physiological data were recorded for five minutes at four different stages: pre-exposure rest, after 11 minutes of exposure, after 27 minutes of exposure, and 11 minutes after exposure termination.
Distance between exposed object and exposure source
modules inserted into a dummy phone constructed without metal; dummy phone placed in a headset with earplugs and kept in speaking position next to the test person's left cheek; a piece of wood placed between the phone and the person's cheek for thermal insulation