Final Comments

Final Comments

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This book discusses EMF measurement possibilities in the near field, especially for human safety and environmental protection purposes. Field measurement technical problems in the near field are similar or identical to those in the more widely understood area of electromagnetic compatibility. Some differences between the far and the near field were emphasized, especially those essential to measurements performed in the near field. EMF measurement methods in the near field were presented, and details were provided about factors limiting accuracy of the electric and magnetic-field and power-density measurement in the near field using small electric and small geometric antennas. The influence of external factors, which are important to estimation accuracy, was outlined, and new measuring possibilities, based mainly on the development of photonic techniques, were briefly presented.

Inspec keywords: electromagnetic compatibility; electric potential

Other keywords: environmental protection; field measurement technical problems; photonic techniques; EMF measurement; near field; electromagnetic measurements; geometric antennas; electromagnetic compatibility; human safety; power-density measurement; electric-field measurement; magnetic-field measurement

Subjects: Electromagnetic compatibility and interference; Electrostatics

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