By: Ronald Kitchen
325 pages, B/w photos, illus, figs, tabs
Radio frequency radiation can be dangerous in a number of ways. Hazards include electromagnetic compatibility and interference, electro-explosive vapours and devices, and direct effects on the human body. The book is a general introduction to the sources and nature of RF radiation. It describes the ways in which our current knowledge, based on relevant safety standards, can be used to safeguard people from any harmful effects of RF radiation. It is designed for people responsible for, or concerned with, safety. This target audience will primarily be radio engineers, but include those skilled in other disciplines including medicine, chemistry or mechanical engineering. Covers the problems of RF safety management, including the use of measuring instruments and methods. Reviews current safety standards. Examines the implications for RF design engineers.
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