Table of Contents

 1     Scope          
 2     References
 3     Definitions
        3.1     Terms defined elsewhere       
        3.2     Terms defined in this Recommendation           
 4     Abbreviations and acronyms             
 5     General guidance   
        5.1     General public and occupational exposure      
        5.2     Existing or planned transmitting station            
        5.3     Collection of data concerning the sources of radiation
        5.4     One or more sources of radiation, total exposure        
        5.5     Field regions 
        5.6     Basic restrictions and reference levels
        5.7     Exposure limits            
        5.8     Compliance assessment          
        5.9     Uncertainty evaluation            
       5.10     Exposure assessment in areas around hospitals, schools, etc.
 6     General characteristics of typical sources of the radiation     
        6.1     Amplitude modulation transmitting stations   
        6.2     Shortwave transmitting station – main beam tilt           
        6.3     Fixed amateur stations             
        6.4     Fixed point-to-point systems
        6.5     Handsets – isotropic sources 
        6.6     VHF and UHF broadcasting transmitting stations           
        6.7     2G and 3G mobile base stations           
        6.8     Smart (adaptive) antennas     
        6.9     Vehicle mounted antennas (such as police car)              
 7     Exposure assessment          
        7.1     Pre-analysis  
        7.2     Measurements           
        7.3     Calculations  
        7.4     Comparison between measurement and calculations 
        7.5     Monitoring RF EMF levels       
 8     Conclusions following the exposure assessment      
 9     Final report              
10     Field levels around typical transmitting antennas   
11     Conclusions            
Appendix I – Exposure limits    
        I.1                  Introduction      
        I.2                  Exposure limits 
        I.3                  ICNIRP exposure limits  
        I.4                  Simultaneous exposure to multiple sources         
        I.5                  IEEE International Committee Electromagnetic Safety (ICES) exposure limits         
Appendix II – Time averaging    
       II.1     Analysis of time variations of measured electric fields from WCDMA mobile base           
       II.2     Analysis of time variations of measured electric fields from GSM mobile base stations    
       II.3     Results and discussion
       II.4     Discussion about the number of sampling data and averaging time       
Appendix III – Examples of RF EMF levels in areas accessible to the general public    
Appendix IV – Software Watt Guard    
Appendix V – Software "Uncertainty calculator"    
        V.1     Introduction 
        V.2     Brief descriptions of the software       
        V.3     Examples       
Appendix VI – Examples for evaluating electromagnetic fields in general public environments with broadband radio signals    
       VI.1     Method for evaluating electromagnetic fields in general public environments with broadband signals    
       VI.2     Effect of RBWs on measured electromagnetic fields from mobile phone base stations    
Appendix VII – Example of block diagram with possible activities during exposure assessment    
Appendix VIII – Mobile App "EMF Exposure"    
     VIII.1     Introduction
     VIII.2     Brief description of EMF Exposure's main features      
     VIII.3     Brief description of the calculations done by EMF Exposure