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Criteria: Freq Range=300 kHz - 300 GHz (RF/mmW/THz),Study Type=Human / Provocation,Study Subtype=EEG, Event Related Potentials, Sleep Disturbances,Status=Completed Without Publication

Details - Project ID 134
Lab AF Inst. of Aviation Medicine, Poland
Study Design  900 MHz (GSM) exposure to volunteers and analysis of EEG
Summary  Variations in spectral power recorded in different bands
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Details - Project ID 141
Lab Bochum-Langendreer, FRG
Study Design  900 MHz (GSM) exposure to humans and analysis of EEG and cognitive function in human
Summary  No effect on delta (0 - 4 Hz), theta (4 - 7 Hz) alpha (8 - 12 Hz), or beta (12 - 30 Hz) bands or cognitive function tasks
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Details - Project ID 143
Lab University of Montpillier, France
Study Design  900 MHz (GSM) exposure to humans and analysis of EEG and auditory evoked potentials
Summary  No significant effect on brainstem response or EEG recordings
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Details - Project ID 144
Lab University of Munich, FRG
Study Design  900, 1800 MHz (GSM) exposure to humans and analysis of EEG and visually evoked potentials
Summary  No effects on resting EEG or evoked recordings in the alpha (8 - 12 Hz) band
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Details - Project ID 146
Lab University of Gieben, FRG
Study Design  900 MHz (GSM) exposure to humans and analysis of EEG (re-evaluation of data from Project #136 von Klitzing)
Summary  No consistent effects on the alpha (8-12 Hz) frequency band
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Details - Project ID 151
Lab University of Kiel, FRG
Study Design  900 MHz (GSM) to humans and analysis of EEG and sleep
Summary  No effects on EEG, EMG, or EOG, memory and vigilance tasks, or sleep
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Details - Project ID 163
Lab Swiss Dept. Environ., Forests & Landscape
Study Design  6.1-21.8 MHz (FM) broadcasting tower exposure to residents of Schwarzenburg Switzerland and analysis of sleep disturbances and melatonin
Summary  Increased subjective complaints (sleep disruption, nervousness, restlessness, insomnia, fatigue, pain), decreased student grade-school performance, no effect on melatonin (nighttime 6-OHMS excretion)
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Details - Project ID 259
Lab University of Leipzig, FRG
Study Design  900 MHz (GSM) exposure to humans and analysis of visually evoked potentials
Summary  No effects
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Details - Project ID 839
Lab Inst Environ Indust Med, Korea
Study Design  1.765 GHz (CDMA) exposure to humans and analysis of EEG recordings
Summary  Preliminary report of no significant effects on any EEG band
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Details - Project ID 1526
Lab Graz University of Technology, Austria
Study Design  RF exposure to self reported hypersensitive individuals and analysis of sleep quality and EEG
Summary  Some effects were reported due to RF exposures, although GSM base station signals were not the dominant contributor to the ambient RF within subjects' homes.
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