Mutual interactions in bioelectromagnetics
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This paper discusses mutual interactions phenomena especially in the case of Transverse ElectroMagnetic (TEM) cell applications as an exposure system in technical and biomedical studies. In many publications is described problem of influence of an object upon the electromagnetic field (EMF) distribution inside a exposure system while inverse effect—influence of exposure system on tested object is overlooked. The problem plays primary role if a correlation between investigations carried out in an enclosure (e.g. TEM cell) and that in the free space is looked for.
KeywordsBioelectromagnetics TEM cell EMF dosimetry
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