Abstract: Daily exposure to GSM electromagnetic fields has raised public concern of possible adverse health effects to people living in the vicinty of base station antennas. In this paper are presented measurements of field strength and power flux density performed on locations few meters away from base station antenna, in different levels, with and without usage of mobile phones, during day and in peak hours of GSM system usage. Measurements are performed in accordance with standards using EMR-300 radiation meter. Results are compared with ICNIPR Guidelines, IEEE and CENELEC standards. The measured values were well below the maximum permissible exposure levels. Key-Words: base station antennas, field strength, power density, GSM, measurement
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