Μελέτη της έκθεσης του ανθρώπου σε Η/Μ ακτινοβολία από σταθμούς βάσης τεχνολογίας 5G
The 5th generation of mobile networks (5G) is the next step in the field of telecommunications, significantly exceeding the capabilities of current networks. 5G technology will meet the needs arising from the ever-increasing demands of mobile network users, as well as those imposed by innovative ideas such as EVs, Smart Factories or Smart Cities. Compared to existing mobile networks, 5G will be able to support many more terminals with much higher data rates, extremely low latency and very high reliability. In this way, 5G will ensure a high quality of service for the users and will also allow extremely reliable mass communication between devices. The issue of electromagnetic radiation is of particular research interest in 5G networks, as it is already known that the existing methodologies, dedicated to measurements in 2G, 3G and 4G networks, are not suitable for 5G. The proposed thesis deals with the study of human exposure to E/M radiation from 5G technology Base Stations and beyond.