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KAPTEOS SPECIFIC ABSORPTION RATE (SAR) ASSESSMENT
Since ultra compact and interference-free electric-field probes allow vector measurement inside biological media, KAPTEOS solution meets specific absorption rate measurement needs for public exposure to electromagnetic fields, especially inside phantoms.
KAPTEOS SAR - SPECIFIC ABSORPTION RATE ASSESSMENT
SPECIFIC ABSORPTION RATE (SAR) ASSESSMENT
Measuring infantrymen exposure to electric fields from military communication antennas
The exposition of people to electromagnetic fields is an historical concern. Electromagnetic fields are generated by a wide variety of systems and the emitted electrical fields have a broad frequency range (from kHz to GHz). The object of a Specific Absorption Rate Assessment is to perform measurements in accordance with standards requiring in-situ electric field in a biological medium.
An example would be the SAR of a mobile phone
Existing technical E-field measurement solutions
There are 2 different technologies available on the market today:
• To measure the elevation of temperature inside the phantom in various places
• To measure the electric field based on antenna probes inside the phantom in various places
Proposed solution by Kapteos
• A non-perturbative
measurement (no metal parts in the eoProbe)
Any manufacturer producing systems that emit electrical fields due to the transport ion of data or energy:
• Mobile phones
• Communication protocols (Wifi, Bluetooth, RFID…)
• Wireless energy charging systems
• Induction furnaces
• Transport of energy
Customer advantages of using Kapteos solution
• One system that perfectly meets the standards for frequencies from 100kHz to 40GHz
• It allows the measurement of a field vector (amplitude, phase, spectrum, vector direction)
• Several publications with the XLIM research institute (France)
• Tübingen Clinic (Germany).
• Infantrymen exposure to electric fields from military communication antennas (France).
Specific Absorption Rate Assessment Using Simultaneous Electric Field and Temperature Measurements
XLIM, Limoges (FR)
IMEP-LAHC, Le Bourget-du-Lac (FR)
Kapteos, Sainte-Hélène-du-Lac (FR)
Boston University, Boston (US)
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