Pulsed high-power radio frequency energy can cause non-thermal harmful effects on the brain

Pulsed high-power radio frequency energy can cause non-thermal harmful effects on the brain 150 150 IEEE Open Journal of Engineering in Medicine and Biology (OJEMB)

Abstract:

High-power microwave applications are growing for both military and civil purposes, yet they can induce brain-related risks and raise important public health concerns. High-power submillisecond radio frequency energy pulses have been demonstrated to be able to induce neurological and neuropathological changes in the brain while being compliant with current regulatory …

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