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    1. Ogawa, K; Takada, J
      An analysis of the effective performance of a handset diversity antenna influenced by head, hand, and shoulder effects - A proposal for a Diversity Antenna Gain based on a signal bit-error rate and analytical results for thePDC system

      ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATIONS IN JAPAN PART II-ELECTRONICS
    2. Niehaus, M; Tebbenjohanns, J
      Electromagnetic interference in patients with implanted pacemakers or cardioverter-defibrillators

      HEART
    3. Inskip, PD
      Frequent radiation exposures and frequency dependent effects: The eyes have it

      EPIDEMIOLOGY
    4. Wang, JQ; Seko, H; Fujiwara, O; Nojima, T
      Multi-grid FDTD calculation of electromagnetic absorption in the human head for 5 GHz band portable terminals

      IEICE TRANSACTIONS ON COMMUNICATIONS
    5. Trueman, CW; Kubina, SJ; Roy, JE; Lauber, WR
      Radiation patterns of a portable radio handset with simple head models

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING-REVUE CANADIENNE DE GENIE ELECTRIQUE ET INFORMATIQUE
    6. Adair, E; Balzano, Q; Bassen, H; Beers, GJ; Chou, CK; Cleveland, R; Davis, CC; Erdreich, L; Foster, KR; Lin, J; Moulder, J; Petersen, R; Polson, P; Swicord, ML; Tell, R; Ziskin, M
      Human exposure to radio frequency and microwave radiation from portable and mobile telephones and ether wireless communication devices - A COMAR technical information statement

      IEEE ENGINEERING IN MEDICINE AND BIOLOGY MAGAZINE
    7. Cuellar, EA; Manna, ME; Wise, RD; Gavrilov, AB; Bastian, MJ; Brey, RM; DeMatteis, J
      Ultralife's polymer electrolyte rechargeable lithium-ion batteries for usein the mobile electronics industry

      JOURNAL OF POWER SOURCES
    8. Santini, R; Seigne, M; Bonhomme-Faivre, L; Bouffet, S; Defrasne, E; Sage, M
      Symptoms experienced by users of digital cellular phones

      PATHOLOGIE BIOLOGIE
    9. French, PW; Penny, R; Laurence, JA; McKenzie, DR
      Mobile phones, heat shock proteins and cancer

      DIFFERENTIATION
    10. Karczmarewicz, S; Janusek, D; Buczkowski, T; Gutkowski, R; Kulakowski, P
      Influence of mobile phones on accuracy of ECG interpretation algorithm in automated external defibrillator

      RESUSCITATION
    11. Jech, R; Sonka, K; Ruzicka, E; Nebuzelsky, A; Bohm, J; Juklickova, M; Nevsimalova, S
      Electromagnetic field of mobile phones affects visual event related potential in patients with narcolepsy

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    12. Koivisto, M; Haarala, C; Krause, CM; Revonsuo, A; Laine, M; Hamalainen, H
      GSM phone signal does not produce subjective symptoms

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    13. Chiladakis, JA; Davlouros, P; Agelopoulos, G; Manolis, AS
      In-vivo testing of digital cellular telephones in patients with implantable cardioverter-defibrillators

      EUROPEAN HEART JOURNAL
    14. Ahn, H
      A nonparametric method of estimating the demand for mobile telephone networks - An application to the Korean mobile telephone market

      INFORMATION ECONOMICS AND POLICY
    15. Alm, H; Nilsson, L
      The use of car phones and changes in driver behaviour

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF VEHICLE DESIGN
    16. Murray, J; Ayres, T; Wood, C; Humphrey, D
      Mobile communications, driver distraction and vehicle accidents

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF VEHICLE DESIGN
    17. Geppert, A; Rauscha, F
      Pacemaker dysfunction in daily clinical practice

      WIENER KLINISCHE WOCHENSCHRIFT
    18. Tri, JL; Hayes, DL; Smith, TT; Severson, RP
      Cellular phone interference with external cardiopulmonary monitoring devices

      MAYO CLINIC PROCEEDINGS
    19. Huang, CL; Weng, MH
      The effect of PbO loss on microwave dielectric properties of (Pb,Ca)(Zr,Ti)O-3 ceramics

      MATERIALS RESEARCH BULLETIN
    20. Ogawa, K; Matsuyoshi, T; Monma, K
      An analysis of the performance of a handset diversity antenna influenced by head, hand, and shoulder effects at 900 MHz: Part I - Effective gain characteristics

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON VEHICULAR TECHNOLOGY
    21. Gandhi, OP; Li, QX; Kang, G
      Temperature rise for the human head for cellular telephones and for peak SARs prescribed in safety guidelines

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES
    22. Haigney, D; Westerman, SJ
      Mobile (cellular) phone use and driving: a critical review of research methodology

      ERGONOMICS
    23. Panayi, PK; Al-Nuaimi, MO; Ivrissimtzis, LP
      Tuning techniques for planar inverted-F antenna

      ELECTRONICS LETTERS
    24. Gollob, MH; Seger, JJ
      Current status of the implantable cardioverter-defibrillator

      CHEST
    25. Goldschlager, N; Epstein, A; Friedman, P; Gang, E; Krol, R; Olshansky, B
      Environmental and drug effects on patients with pacemakers and implantablecardioverter/defibrillators - A practical guide to patient treatment

      ARCHIVES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
    26. Stevens, A; Minton, R
      In-vehicle distraction and fatal accidents in England and Wales

      ACCIDENT ANALYSIS AND PREVENTION
    27. Ruoss, HO; Klar, M; Spreitzer, W; Fassler, G
      Fast and accurate SAR-testing of hand-held mobile telephones: Measurement technique, set-up and first assessment of accuracy

      AEU-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATIONS
    28. Lycett, JE; Dunbar, RIM
      Mobile phones as lekking devices among human males

      HUMAN NATURE-AN INTERDISCIPLINARY BIOSOCIAL PERSPECTIVE
    29. Koivisto, M; Revonsuo, A; Krause, C; Haarala, C; Sillanmaki, L; Laine, M; Hamalainen, H
      Effects of 902 MHz electromagnetic field emitted by cellular telephones onresponse times in humans

      NEUROREPORT
    30. Santini, R; Seigne, M; Bonhomme-Faivre, L
      Danger of cellular phones and their base stations.

      PATHOLOGIE BIOLOGIE
    31. Caorsi, S; Massa, A
      Prediction of electromagnetic field distributions inside biological bodiesby using an inverse scattering procedure based on a statistical cooling algorithm

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    32. Greene, HL
      The implantable cardioverter-defibrillator

      CLINICAL CARDIOLOGY
    33. Vigan, M; Tennstedt, D
      Pacemakers and dermatology

      ANNALES DE DERMATOLOGIE ET DE VENEREOLOGIE
    34. Vague, P; Alessis, C; Lassmann-Vague, V
      Can mobile cellular phones affect functioning of implantable insulin pumps?

      DIABETES CARE
    35. Chia, SE; Chia, HP; Tan, JS
      Prevalence of headache among handheld cellular telephone users in Singapore: A community study

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    36. Chang, CK; Liu, Y; Murthy, T; Kenevan, J; Mongkolwat, P
      Simulation of UICCELL II

      SIMULATION
    37. Huang, CL; Weng, MH; Lin, TK; Wu, L
      The dielectric properties of (Pb,Ca)(Zr,Ti)O-3 solid solution at microwavefrequency

      MATERIALS RESEARCH BULLETIN
    38. Faraone, A; Tay, RYS; Joyner, KH; Balzano, Q
      Estimation of the average power density in the vicinity of cellular base-station collinear array antennas

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON VEHICULAR TECHNOLOGY
    39. Bernardi, P; Cavagnaro, M; Pisa, S; Piuzzi, E
      Specific absorption rate and temperature increases in the head of a cellular-phone user

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES
    40. Mangoud, MA; Abd-Alhameed, RA; Excell, PS
      Simulation of human interaction with mobile telephones using hybrid techniques over coupled domains

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES
    41. Lazzi, G; Gandhi, OP; Sullivan, DM
      Use of PML absorbing layers for the truncation of the head model in cellular telephone simulations

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES
    42. Schiavoni, A; Bertotto, P; Richiardi, G; Bielli, P
      SAR generated by commercial cellular phones - Phone modeling, head modeling, and measurements

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES
    43. Apollonio, F; Liberti, M; d'Inzeo, G; Tarricone, L
      Integrated models for the analysis of biological effects of EM fields usedfor mobile communications

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES
    44. Okano, Y; Ito, K; Ida, I; Takahashi, M
      The SAR evaluation method by a combination of thermographic experiments and biological tissue-equivalent phantoms

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES
    45. Burkhardt, M; Kuster, N
      Appropriate modeling of the ear for compliance testing of handheld MTE with SAR safety limits at 900/1800 MHz

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES
    46. Hanzo, L; Cherriman, P; Kuan, EL
      Interactive cellular and cordless video telephony: State-of-the-art systemdesign principles and expected performance

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE IEEE
    47. Hardell, L; Nasman, A; Pahlson, A; Hallquist, A; Mild, KH
      Use of cellular telephones and the risk for brain tumours: A case-control study

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ONCOLOGY
    48. Huang, CL; Tsai, JT
      Pseudoelliptic bandpass filter realization using attenuation pole resonator

      MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    49. Tinniswood, A; Lazzi, G; Gandhi, OP
      The use of the expanding-grid FDTD method for simulation of CAD-derived personal wireless telephones

      MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    50. de Seze, R; Ayoub, J; Peray, P; Miro, L; Touitou, Y
      Evaluation in humans of the effects of radiocellular telephones on the circadian patterns of melatonin secretion, a chronobiological rhythm marker

      JOURNAL OF PINEAL RESEARCH
    51. Holohan, T
      Non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation and public health

      IRISH MEDICAL JOURNAL
    52. Redelmeier, DA; Weinstein, MC
      Cost-effectiveness of regulations against using a cellular telephone whiledriving

      MEDICAL DECISION MAKING
    53. Moros, EG; Straube, WL; Pickard, WF
      Compact shielded exposure system for the simultaneous long-term UHF irradiation of forty small mammals II. Dosimetry

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    54. Gandhi, OP; Lazzi, G; Tinniswood, A; Yu, QS
      Comparison of numerical and experimental methods for determination of SAR and radiation patterns of handheld wireless telephones

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    55. Occhetta, E; Plebani, L; Bortnik, M; Sacchetti, G; Trevi, G
      Implantable cardioverter defibrillators and cellular telephones: Is there any interference?

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    56. Trigano, AJ; Azoulay, A; Rochdi, M; Campillo, A
      Electromagnetic interference of external pacemakers by walkie-talkies and digital cellular phones: Experimental study

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    57. Barbaro, V; Bartolini, P; Bellocci, F; Caruso, F; Donato, A; Gabrielli, D; Militello, C; Montenero, AS; Zecchi, P
      Electromagnetic interference of digital and analog cellular telephones with implantable cardioverter defibrillators: In vitro and in vivo studies

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    58. Mussa, RN; Upchurch, JE
      Simulation assessment of incident detection by cellular phone call-in programs

      TRANSPORTATION
    59. Li, JR; Chou, CK; McDougall, JA; Dasgupta, G; Wu, HH; Ren, RL; Lee, A; Han, J; Momand, J
      TP53 tumor suppressor protein in normal human fibroblasts does not respondto 837 MHz microwave exposure

      RADIATION RESEARCH
    60. Van Leeuwen, GMJ; Lagendijk, JJW; Van Leersum, BJAM; Zwamborn, APM; Hornsleth, SN; Kotte, ANTJ
      Calculation of change in brain temperatures due to exposure to a mobile phone

      PHYSICS IN MEDICINE AND BIOLOGY
    61. Sakakibara, Y; Mitsui, T
      Concerns about sources of electromagnetic interference in patients with pacemakers

      JAPANESE HEART JOURNAL
    62. Yu, QS; Gandhi, OP; Aronsson, M; Wu, D
      An automated SAR measurement system for compliance testing of personal wireless devices

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
    63. Lazzi, G; Pattnaik, SS; Gandhi, OP
      Experimental and FDTD-computed radiation patterns of cellular telephones held in slanted operational conditions

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
    64. Rowley, JT; Waterhouse, RB
      Performance of shorted microstrip patch antennas for mobile communicationshandsets at 1800 MHz

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ANTENNAS AND PROPAGATION
    65. Crippa, C; Nicollini, G; Mecchia, A; Rizzo, P; Confalonieri, P; Pernici, S; Nagari, A; Viani, E; Bietti, I; Adduci, F; Mariani, S; Calloni, A; Moioli, M; Mandelli, S; Dallavalle, C
      A 2.7-V CMOS single-chip baseband processor for CT2/CT2+ cordless telephones

      IEEE JOURNAL OF SOLID-STATE CIRCUITS
    66. Reed, MP; Green, PA
      Comparison of driving performance on-road and in a low-cost simulator using a concurrent telephone dialling task

      ERGONOMICS
    67. MUSSA RN; MATTHIAS JS; UPCHURCH JE; ROLLIER DA; ZANIEWSKI JP
      MODELING DETECTION OF INCIDENTS BY DRIVERS

      Transportation research. Part C, Emerging technologies
    68. Kitamura, T; Geshiro, M; Ishizaki, T; Maekawa, T; Sawa, S
      Characterization of triplate strip resonators with a loading capacitor

      IEICE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTRONICS
    69. JUUTILAINEN J; DESEZE R
      BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF AMPLITUDE-MODULATED RADIOFREQUENCY RADIATION

      Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health
    70. PHILLIPS JL; IVASCHUK O; ISHIDAJONES T; JONES RA; CAMPBELLBEACHLER M; HAGGREN W
      DNA-DAMAGE IN MOLT-4 T-LYMPHOBLASTOID CELLS EXPOSED TO CELLULAR TELEPHONE RADIOFREQUENCY FIELDS IN-VITRO

      Bioelectrochemistry and bioenergetics
    71. MOROS EG; STRAUBE WL; PICKARD WF
      A COMPACT SHIELDED EXPOSURE SYSTEM FOR THE SIMULTANEOUS LONG-TERM UHFIRRADIATION OF 40 SMALL MAMMALS - 1 - ELECTROMAGNETIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL-DESIGN

      Bioelectromagnetics
    72. FREY AH
      HEADACHES FROM CELLULAR TELEPHONES - ARE THEY REAL AND WHAT ARE THE IMPLICATIONS

      Environmental health perspectives
    73. DOUGLAS MG; OKONIEWSKI M; STUCHLY MA
      A PLANAR DIVERSITY ANTENNA FOR HAND-HELD PCS DEVICES

      IEEE transactions on vehicular technology
    74. LAZZI G; PATTNAIK SS; FURSE CM; GANDHI OP
      COMPARISON OF FDTD COMPUTED AND MEASURED RADIATION-PATTERNS OF COMMERCIAL MOBILE TELEPHONES IN PRESENCE OF THE HUMAN HEAD

      IEEE transactions on antennas and propagation
    75. GOUGH M
      THE WHY AND WHEREFORE OF WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH - INTRODUCTION AND PERSPECTIVE

      Human and ecological risk assessment
    76. CARLO GL; HERSEMANN SE; ODONNELL SE
      WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, LLC PUBLIC-HEALTH PARADIGM APPROACH TO ASSESSING AND MANAGING HEALTH RISKS

      Human and ecological risk assessment
    77. SUND KG; CARLO CL
      WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, LLC ONGOING SURVEILLANCE

      Human and ecological risk assessment
    78. GUY AW
      THE STARTING POINT - WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, LLC DOSIMETRY RISK-EVALUATION RESEARCH

      Human and ecological risk assessment

    79. SAFETY ASSESSMENT - WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, LLC TOXICOLOGY RISK-EVALUATION RESEARCH

      Human and ecological risk assessment
    80. SIVAK A
      ONE TOXICOLOGY ACTIVITY - WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, LLC TUMOR PROMOTION EXPERT PANEL

      Human and ecological risk assessment
    81. STEFFENS RA; CARLO GL
      POSTMARKETING SURVEILLANCE - WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, LLC EPIDEMIOLOGY RISK-EVALUATION RESEARCH

      Human and ecological risk assessment
    82. FINDLAY GK; CARLO GL; JOHNSON CM
      THE FRUITS OF ONGOING SURVEILLANCE - WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, LLC CLINICAL RISK-EVALUATION RESEARCH

      Human and ecological risk assessment
    83. EMBREY M; CARLO GL
      WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, LLC RISK MANAGEMENT RESEARCH

      Human and ecological risk assessment
    84. SUND KG; ODONNELL SE; VOLPE MJ
      WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, LLC OUTREACH TO THE SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY, GOVERNMENT, INDUSTRY, AND OTHERS

      Human and ecological risk assessment
    85. VALBERG PA
      RADIO-FREQUENCY RADIATION (RFR) - THE NATURE OF EXPOSURE AND CARCINOGENIC POTENTIAL

      CCC. Cancer causes & control
    86. ANDERSSON P; MOLLERYD BG
      TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICES IN CONTEXT - DISTRIBUTION CONSEQUENCES OF TECHNOLOGICAL-CHANGE AND CONVERGENCE

      International journal of service industry management
    87. GALINSKY MJ; SCHOPLER JH; ABELL MD
      CONNECTING GROUP MEMBERS THROUGH TELEPHONE AND COMPUTER GROUPS

      Health & social work
    88. YAREMCHUK K; DICKSON L; BURK K; SHIVAPUJA BG
      NOISE-LEVEL ANALYSIS OF COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE TOYS

      International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology
    89. GOLDSMITH JR
      EPIDEMIOLOGIC EVIDENCE RELEVANT TO RADAR (MICROWAVE) EFFECTS

      Environmental health perspectives
    90. ISHIZAKI T; KITAMURA T; GESHIRO M; SAWA S
      STUDY OF THE INFLUENCE OF GROUNDING FOR MICROSTRIP RESONATORS

      IEEE transactions on microwave theory and techniques
    91. LIU ZD; HALL PS; WAKE D
      DUAL-FREQUENCY PLANAR INVERTED-F ANTENNA

      IEEE transactions on antennas and propagation
    92. COOPER J; HOMBACH V; SCHIAVONI A
      COMPARISON OF COMPUTATIONAL ELECTROMAGNETIC CODES APPLIED TO A SPHERECANONICAL PROBLEM

      IEE proceedings. Microwaves, antennas and propagation
    93. ROTHMAN KJ; CHOU CK; MORGAN R; BALZANO Q; GUY AW; FUNCH DP; PRESTONMARTIN S; MANDEL J; STEFFENS R; CARLO G
      ASSESSMENT OF CELLULAR TELEPHONE AND OTHER RADIO-FREQUENCY EXPOSURE FOR EPIDEMIOLOGIC RESEARCH

      Epidemiology
    94. FUNCH DP; ROTHMAN KJ; LOUGHLIN JE; DREYER NA
      UTILITY OF TELEPHONE COMPANY RECORDS FOR EPIDEMIOLOGIC STUDIES OF CELLULAR TELEPHONES

      Epidemiology
    95. ROTHMAN KJ; LOUGHLIN JE; FUNCH DP; DREYER NA
      OVERALL MORTALITY OF CELLULAR TELEPHONE CUSTOMERS

      Epidemiology
    96. NOGUCHI K; ANDO M; GOTO NH; HIROSE MN; UNO T; KAMIMURA YT
      DIRECTIONAL ANTENNAS FOR PORTABLE TELEPHONES

      IEICE transactions on communications
    97. AXELSSON A
      RECREATIONAL EXPOSURE TO NOISE AND ITS EFFECTS

      Noise control engineering journal
    98. SKOTTE JH
      EXPOSURE TO HIGH-FREQUENCY TRANSIENT ELECTROMAGNETIC-FIELDS

      Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health
    99. KIRSCHVINK JL
      MICROWAVE-ABSORPTION BY MAGNETITE - A POSSIBLE MECHANISM FOR COUPLINGNONTHERMAL LEVELS OF RADIATION TO BIOLOGICAL-SYSTEMS

      Bioelectromagnetics
    100. BARBARO V; BARTOLINI P; DONATO A; MILITELLO C
      ELECTROMAGNETIC-INTERFERENCE OF ANALOG CELLULAR TELEPHONES WITH PACEMAKERS

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY


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