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SIMONA MICLĂUŞ*, P. BECHET**, O. OLARIU*, Ş. DEMETER*
*“Nicolae Bălcescu” Land Forces Academy, 3–5 Revoluţiei St., 550170 – Sibiu, Romania
**Application School for Communication, Informatics and Electronic War, 2–4, Gl. Vasile Milea St., 550325 – Sibiu, Romania
Abstract. In this work, the analytical method of electromagnetic waves scattering (by G. Mie) was used to develop a computer code that allow internal field deposition inside spherical biological models exposed to radiofrequency radiation. Computations may be done over a wide range of size-frequency-modulation types. Physical basis of field deposition inside biological objects was followed especially to underline differences due to modulation characteristics of the excitatory signal. “Window effects”, both in frequency and in intensity were reported for biological effects of radiofrequency irradiation, but few commercial programs allow computations of specific modulated excitations. Our code tried to fill that gap of basic knowledge. Obtained results were validated by making use of a professional numerical code. Our findings show that resonances amplitude and their in-depth position may be in some cases dependent upon modulation characteristics.
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