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Analysis on Electromagnetic Radiation in Mobile Base Station in Mandalay Region

The paper presents the analysis on electromagnetic radiation in Mobile Base Station in Mandalay. The electromagnetic radiation effects are critical challenging issue in modern daily life of mobile users. The objective of this work is to investigate whether there is an excess of electromagnetic radiation which can potentially violate the public health safety. The target field is mainly focused on the location of country side and downtown area in Mandalay. The experimental studies for electromagnetic radiation in the specific areas could be confirmed and measured for the actual condition. The experimental studies have been carried out at 40 m, 60 m, 70 m and 90 m for measurement location for downtown site III in Mandalay Region. The outstanding observation for such kind of experimental works was very useful for measuring the radiation in mobile base station in Myanmar. The experimental measurement results have been analysed in this paper. Finally, the safe site from electromagnetic radiation effects could be recommended for people in Mandalay. The analyses confirm that the experimental works could be observed to recommend the usage of mobile devices safely. The confirmation of valuable analyses on electromagnetic radiation in mobile base station would be observed from that experimental works.

Electromagnetic Radiation, Mobile Base Station, Mandalay Region, Experimental Studies, Numerical Analysis

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Thae Mar Than, Su Su Yi Mon. (2020). Analysis on Electromagnetic Radiation in Mobile Base Station in Mandalay Region. Communications, 8(1), 22-27.

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Thae Mar Than; Su Su Yi Mon. Analysis on Electromagnetic Radiation in Mobile Base Station in Mandalay Region. Communications. 2020, 8(1), 22-27. doi: 10.11648/

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Thae Mar Than, Su Su Yi Mon. Analysis on Electromagnetic Radiation in Mobile Base Station in Mandalay Region. Communications. 2020;8(1):22-27. doi: 10.11648/

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