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May 12, 2008

Effect of low frequency modulated microwave exposure on human EEG: Individual sensitivity

Filed under: Science and Mobile Radio - Wissenschaft zu Mobilfunk — omeganews @ 7:17 am

From the abstract: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of modulated microwave exposure on human EEG of individual subjects. Experiments were carried out on four different groups of healthy volunteers. (Group 1: 450 MHz modulated at 7 Hz , Group 2: 14 and 21 Hz, Group 3: 40 and 70 Hz , Group 4 217 and 1000 Hz). Our results showed that microwave exposure increased the EEG energy. The rate of subjects significantly affected is similar in all groups except for the 1000 Hz group: in first group 3 subjects (16%) at 7 Hz modulation; in second group 4 subjects (31%) at 14 Hz modulation and 3 subjects (23%) at 21 Hz modulation; in third group 3 subjects (20%) at 40 Hz and 2 subjects (13%) at 70 Hz modulation; in fourth group 3 subjects (16%) at 217 Hz and 0 subjects at 1000 Hz modulation frequency.
Bibliography: Hinrikus et al., Bioelectromagnetics Published Online: May 1 2008,
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