Electromagnetic Field Pollution Level Measurement for Mobile Phone Networks at Cihan University-Erbil

Keywords: Antenna, electromagnetic fields pollution, mobile network, specific absorption rate limit, Specific absorption rate

Abstract

The health effects by impact of radio-frequency (RF) electromagnetic fields (EMF) have become of increasing concern. We conducted a Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) study and measurements of wireless and mobile phone networks to evaluate the hazard of RF radiation limit. Our measurements have been carried out at different locations on the campus of Cihan University – Erbil. The RF strength level measurement of a base station on site was done by using spectrum analyzer with a dipole antenna and Electro Magnetic Field detector (EMF) application in the handsets for mobile networks, then comparing our measurements with the international slandered SAR’s levels.

 

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Author Biography

Adil H. Mohammed, Department of Communication and Computer Engineering, Cihan University-Erbil, Kurdistan Region, Iraq.

Adil H. Mohammed is an Assistant Lecture  with a M.S.c. degree in Communication Engineering, teaching in the Department of Communication and Computer at Cihan University-Erbil, Kurdistan Region, F.R. Iraq.
IHe has a B.Sc. degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, M.Sc. degree in Communication Engineering and EW. He is a  member of the Iraqi Engineering Union. His research interests includes Communication Engineering, Electromagnetics Waves and Antenna, IOT, Intelligent system, solar energy , air pollution , neural network and medical devices.

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Published
2023-08-25
How to Cite
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Mohammed A. Electromagnetic Field Pollution Level Measurement for Mobile Phone Networks at Cihan University-Erbil. cuesj [Internet]. 25Aug.2023 [cited 16Jun.2024];7(2):31-4. Available from: https://journals.cihanuniversity.edu.iq/index.php/cuesj/article/view/862
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Research Article