Shielding effectiveness of log barriers for radio exclusion zones
Reis, J. R.
Shielding effectiveness of log barriers for radio exclusion zones, Proc Loughborough Antennas and Propagation Conf. – LAPC, Loughborough, United Kingdom, Vol. , pp. - , November, 2018.
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This paper presents the development of new electromagnetic barriers based on wooden poles for application in electromagnetic site shielding. Exposure to electromagnetic radiation becomes a raising concern among the population worldwide, mostly due to the explosion of mobile technologies and services. A number of innovative and highly sustainable barriers made of circular section timber of low industrial processing, based on periodic structure of wooden poles that are stacked in a multi-layer configuration, while allowing visual transparency, is proposed. Immediate applications may be found in electromagnetic barriers that may be placed at intended radio exclusion zones in the [0.7, 2.5] GHz frequency range.