Hand holding mobile phone Testing Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) in Mobile Phones

Testing Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) in Mobile Phones

White Paper

White Paper

As mobile phones and other devices become increasingly integrated into our daily lives, the RF energy emitted from these devices can remain a concern for some people. Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) measures the rate at which the human body absorbs radio frequency (RF) energy emitted by devices used next to the body. This white paper explores the challenges associated with testing SAR in modern devices considering evolving technology, compliance regulations, and the need for consistent regulation.

Why download this white paper?

Our Challenges in Testing Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) in Modern Mobile Phones white paper covers:

  • Introduction into SAR testing of modern mobile phones
  • Overview of the history of SAR testing 
  • Evolution of mobile technology in relation to SAR testing
  • SAR testing procedures
  • Compliance regulations
  • Challenges in modern phone testing

Modern devices are very complicated and must be fully understood in their capabilities and their operation before testing.

Download our white paper to learn more about the issues you may face when SAR testing modern mobile phones.

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