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There are 8 studies that match your criteria.
Criteria: Freq Range=300 kHz - 300 GHz (RF/mmW/THz),Study Type=Engineering & Physics,Study Subtype=Electromagnetic Interference & Compatibility,Status=Completed Without Publication

Details - Project ID 121
Lab Justus-Liebig-Univ., FRG
Study Design  900, 1800 MHz (GSM) exposure to cardiac pacemakers and analysis of electromagnetic interference
Summary  A separation distance of 25 cm recommended to mitigate interference from mobile phones
Details - Project ID 122
Lab University of Wuppertal, FRG
Study Design  Theoretical model
Summary  Numerical calculation of EMI thresholds for cardiac pacemakers from cell phone RF emissions
Details - Project ID 214
Lab University of Gieben, FRG
Study Design  30 kHz - 2.5 GHz (CW, GSM) exposure to cardiac pacemakers and analysis of electromagnetic interference
Summary  Separation distances of > 20 cm recommended as well as patients not carrying mobile phones in their breast pocket when powered on
Details - Project ID 729
Lab British Telecom, UK
Study Design  400 MHz (AM-17 Hz Tetra) exposure to humans inside cars with hood mount antennas using FDTD numerical models
Summary  Hotspots in excess of the ICNIRP MPE (reference levels) could be reached, although the levels were not above the SAR compliance basic restriction
Details - Project ID 733
Lab McGill University, Canada
Study Design  Measurement of mobile phone (CW, GSM, CDMA) field strengths in the hospital environment
Summary  Position paper on how to manage compatible wireless systems inside hospitals
Details - Project ID 735
Lab VTT, Finland
Study Design  400, 800, ,1800 MHz (CW, GSM) mobile phone and ELF exposure to medical devices and analysis of electromagnetic interference.
Summary  Significant interference with some critical medical devices under certain conditions
Details - Project ID 749
Study Design  400 MHz (TETRA) exposure to police breath testers and speed detectors and analysis of electromagnetic interference
Summary  No effects
Details - Project ID 808
Lab University of Stuttgart, FRG
Study Design  50 to 500 MHz (AM, FM) broadcast tower exposure to cardiac pacemakers and development of a model to characterize coupling and predict electromagnetic interference issues

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