Potential bio-effects in human health from radio frequency smog

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Authors: K. Yamuna and S. Suria Narayanan
Date: Dec. 2015
From: Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology(Vol. 9, Issue 4)
Publisher: Oriental Scientific Publishing Company
Document Type: Report
Length: 3,201 words

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Abstract :

In the modern era, communication technologies had a significant development. Thus, in order to improve the capacity and coverage, a massive technological advancement has become widespread subject. However, the pollution caused by the Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Field (RF-EMF) radiation is considered as the greatest environmental hazard. Hence, the present review proposes a suitable solution to mitigate the RF pollution or smog from base station installation in hot spot areas. Some reports indicated the harmful effects of health caused by base station that discharge the maximum value of electro-magnetic radiation nearer to the residential area. Due to secure the people who are living around the base stations and low message transfer between cellular communication between users, BS and the core network to access internet. Low power, confining radiation pattern, distance factor and signal transmission are factors reducing base stations that leads to considerably decrease the Radio Frequency pollution and interference reduction. The aim of this paper to explore limit for RF field interference in the Small Cell Base Station (SCBS). As well as a standard limitation is provided in the RF interference range. Key words: Human health problem, Bio-effects, Radio Frequency, Electromagnetic Field, reduction.

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Source Citation
Yamuna, K., and S. Suria Narayanan. "Potential bio-effects in human health from radio frequency smog." Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology, vol. 9, no. 4, Dec. 2015, pp. 3055+. link.gale.com/apps/doc/A481650434/AONE?u=null&sid=googleScholar. Accessed 21 Mar. 2023.

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