"...EMR interacts not only on tissue boundaries but also by antenna-like interaction with the gross dimensions of the organs. The "resonance region" (Foster, 2000) for the human body varies with the organ or body part involved. In this region, between frequencies of about 30 MHz and 500 GHz, wave lengths and body part lengths may cause complicated near-field interactions difficult or impossible to calculate; the local geometry of body structures can concentrate or attenuate fields by factors of ten.
We shall refer to this as the diffractive region of the spectrum. We shall not distinguish interference from diffraction in this usage. An antenna-like amplification of EMR by the human body can be demonstrated easily with a simple monopole antenna and an instrument such as an oscilloscope. Attach the antenna and observe the normal, ubiquitous background RF noise on the instrument.
Then, grasp the antenna with the hand: The amplitudes will increase by a factor of two to ten, depending on conditions. The three-dimensional human body is far better a generic antenna than any one-dimensional monopole of comparable length..."
A Report by an Independent Investigator
by John Michael Williams
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* Some of the present paper was submitted in 2001 to the U. S. Federal Communications Commission
Comment on unlicensed operation of ultrawide-band devices: http://arXiv.org/pdf/
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