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Title: Impact of Electromagnetic Radiation of 4G/5G Base Stations on Medical Short-Range Devices in Urban Area
Authors: Svistunou, A.
Mordachev, V.
Sinkevich, E.
Ming Ye
Dubovik, A.
Shakinka, I.
Keywords: публикации ученых;medical short-range device;4G/5G cellular communications;base station
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Citation: Impact of Electromagnetic Radiation of 4G/5G Base Stations on Medical Short-Range Devices in Urban Area / A. Svistunou [et al.] // Electromagnetic Compatibility (APEMC, 2022) : Proceedings of 2022 International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC Europe 2022), Gothenburg, Sweden, September 5–8, 2022 / Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. – USA, 2022. – P. 537–542. – DOI: 10.1109/EMCEurope51680.2022.9901031.
Abstract: The impact of electromagnetic radiation created by micro base stations of 4G/5G cellular networks on receivers of medical short-range devices of different systems (capsule endoscopy system, body area network system, and active implant system) located inside buildings is analyzed for urban area. The analysis is made by the use of computer simulation involving the multipath radiowave propagation model which takes into account outdoor-to-indoor propagation. To perform the simulation, a 3D model of a fragment of urban area containing buildings of a height from 6 m to 60 m is developed. The integrated interference margin is used as a criterion of electromagnetic compatibility. Results of the analysis show that 4G/5G base stations can create the interference to all considered types of medical short-range devices in cases when emitters are located outside buildings and receptors are located inside buildings. In order to achieve electromagnetic compatibility between these base stations and considered medical systems, recommendations on reducing of levels of electromagnetic interference are given. Results of this research can be used to ensure safe operation of 4G/5G base stations with respect to vital medical devices.
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