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Tikrit Journal of Engineering Sciences (2013) 20(1) 51-61

Measurements of Electromagnetic Fields Emitted from Cellular Base Stations in Shirqat City

Kamil J. Ali
Electrical Eng. Dept., Tikrit University, Iraq

Abstract

With increasing the usage of mobile communication devices and internet network information, the entry of private telecommunications companies in Iraq has been started since 2003. These companies began to build up cellular towers to accomplish the telecommunication works but they ignore the safety conditions imposed for the health and environment that are considered in a random way. These negative health effects which may cause a health risk for life beings and environmental pollution. The aim of this work is to determine the safe and unsafe ranges and discuss damage caused by radiation emitted from Asia cell base stations in Shirqat city and discuses the best ways in which can minimize its exposure level to avoid its negative health effects. Practical measurements of power density around base stations have been accomplished by using a radiation survey meter type (Radio frequency EMF Strength Meter 480846) in two ways. The first way of measurements has been accomplished at a height of 2 meters above ground for different distances (0-300) meters. The second way is at a distance of 150 meters for different levels from (2-15) meters above ground level. The maximum measured power density is about (3) mW/m2. Results indicate that the levels of power density are far below the RF radiation exposure of USSR safety standards levels. And that means these cellular base stations don’t cause negative the health effect for life being if the exposure is within the acceptable international standard levels.

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KeywordsCellular Mobil Base Stations, Asia Cell, EMF Strength Meter, RF Radiation Exposure.

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TJES: Ali KJ. Measurements of Electromagnetic Fields Emitted from Cellular Base Stations in Shirqat CityTikrit Journal of Engineering Sciences 2013; 20(1): 51-61.
APA: Ali, K. J. (2013). SMeasurements of Electromagnetic Fields Emitted from Cellular Base Stations in Shirqat City. Tikrit Journal of Engineering Sciences, 20(1), 51-61.