DS/IEC TR 63170

Measurement procedure for the evaluation of power density related to human exposure to radio frequency fields from wireless communication devices operating between 6 GHz and 100 GHz

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Organization: DS
Publication Date: 21 August 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 101
ICS Code (Measurement of electrical and magnetic quantities): 17.220.20
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IEC/TR 63170:2018(E) is a Technical Report. This document describes the state of the art measurement techniques and test approaches for evaluating the local and spatial-average incident power density of wireless devices operating in close proximity to the users between 6 GHz and 100 GHz. In particular, this document provides guidance for testing portable devices in applicable operating position(s) near the human body, such as mobile phones, tablets, wearable devices, etc. The methods described in this document may also apply to exposures in close proximity to base stations. This document also gives guidance on how to assess exposure from multiple simultaneous transmitters operating below and above 6 GHz (including combined exposure of SAR and power density). Key words: Human Exposure, Wireless Communication Devices, Radio Frequency Fields from 6Ghz to 100GHz

Document History

DS/IEC TR 63170
August 21, 2018
Measurement procedure for the evaluation of power density related to human exposure to radio frequency fields from wireless communication devices operating between 6 GHz and 100 GHz
IEC/TR 63170:2018(E) is a Technical Report. This document describes the state of the art measurement techniques and test approaches for evaluating the local and spatial-average incident power density...
IEC TR 63170 ED1: Measurement procedure for the evaluation of power density related to human exposure to radio frequency fields from wireless communication devices operating between 6 GHz and 100 GHz Hz.
This Technical Report describes the state of the art measurement techniques and test approaches for evaluating the local and spatial-average incident power density of wireless devices operating in...
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