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Criteria: Freq Range=300 kHz - 300 GHz (RF/mmW/THz),Study Type=Engineering & Physics,Study Subtype=RF / ELF Emissions Measurements,Status=Ongoing

Details - Project ID 889
Lab National Physical Laboratory, UK
Study Design  400, 900 MHz (Tetra, GSM) mobile phones and measurement of both RF and ELF magnetic field emissions
Summary  (ongoing)
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Details - Project ID 1179
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Study Design  Evaluation of occupational EMF exposures and recommended practices regarding safety and protection
Summary  Evaluation and Regulations Concerning Safety, Health Protection and Product Safety at Workplaces with EMF Exposure
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Details - Project ID 1247
Lab Graz University of Technology, Austria
Study Design  RF and ELF measurements (spatial distribution and frequency content) from electric appliances comparison with established limits
Summary  EBEG: Exposure to EMF from Electrical Appliances
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Details - Project ID 1591
Lab IMST, Germany
Study Design  2 GHz (UMTS) base station field distributions and methods to calculate potential public exposure
Summary  Determination of the Real Field Distribution from High Frequency Electromagnetic Fields near UMTS Transmitters
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Details - Project ID 1592
Lab ARC Seibersdorf Research, Germany
Study Design  RF emissions from various sources (FM, GSM, UMTS, WLAN, Bluetooth, DECT) and evaluation of RF emissions and potential public exposures.
Summary  Determination of the Real Field Distribution of High Frequency Electromagnetic Fields near Wireless LAN Installations (WLAN) in Inner Cities
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Details - Project ID 1736
Lab Chalmers Univ. Technology, Sweden
Study Design  Mobile phone emissions and bystander exposure in large crowds
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Details - Project ID 1821
Lab BfS Program, Germany
Study Design  Estimation of future public exposure to WiMax transmitters
Summary  Determination of Public Exposure caused by WiMAX Transmitters
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