A global survey and comparison of different regulatory approaches to non-ionizing RADHAZ and spurious emissions

H. Mazar
2009 2009 IEEE International Conference on Microwaves, Communications, Antennas and Electronics Systems  
Ministry of Communications, RF spectrum department, Israel; Ahadaam 9 TelAviv, 61290; mazarh@moc.gov.il and mazar@ties.itu.int ABSTRACT -A worldwide survey of regulations and standards in 235 countries reveals different approaches associated with RADHAZ and spurious emissions. These are primarily divided into regions regulated or influenced by Europe or by North America, each applying different limits to cellular base stations, utility power lines and spurious emissions. Generally, the American
more » ... rally, the American and Japanese permitted exposures are more lenient, whereas the European are stricter. Several interesting examples are discussed.
doi:10.1109/comcas.2009.5385938 fatcat:jaew2x4g5bhzbfe5n3nnl4yacq