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Mobile Phone Sniffer: Radiation Analysis in India

R.S. Deshmukh, A.M. Shingi, V.K. Bairagi


Phone Radiation and Health concerns have been raised, particularly following the huge boost-up in the use of wireless mobile telephony all through the world. Mobile phones uses electromagnetic radiation in the microwave range and some people consider this might be damaging to human health. These concerns have induced a hefty body of research. In this paper, we have developed hardware to measure the radiation of mobile phones. We have done comparative study of all models of handsets from various companies in India. The analysis is done in metro city-Pune.


Mobile Phone Radiations, EMI

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