The frequency band used by cellular telephones includes the eigenfrequencies of a dielec- tric sphere with physical characteristics close to those of a human head. Proceeding from the spatial features of the natural modes of such a sphere, we propose an independent and clear evident accuracy test for the complicated numerical calculations which are conducted when estimating the potential hazard due to the use of cellular telephones, in particular, for the check of the proper handling of the electromagnetic shape resonances of a human head.

ELECTROMAGNETIC SHAPE RESONANCES OF A DIELECTRIC SPHERE AND RADIATION OF PORTABLE TELEPHONES

FEOLI A;
2008

Abstract

The frequency band used by cellular telephones includes the eigenfrequencies of a dielec- tric sphere with physical characteristics close to those of a human head. Proceeding from the spatial features of the natural modes of such a sphere, we propose an independent and clear evident accuracy test for the complicated numerical calculations which are conducted when estimating the potential hazard due to the use of cellular telephones, in particular, for the check of the proper handling of the electromagnetic shape resonances of a human head.
Quasi-normal modes; dielectric sphere; shape resonances
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