Individual dosimeter device for recording electromagnetic radiation levels
The laboratory of Bioelectromagnetics from the Center for Biomedical Technology UPM (CTB) has developed a pocket individual dosimeter device easily transportable due to its small size, which allows continuous monitoring of the levels of exposure to electromagnetic radiation to which it is exposed the individual device holder.
The solution comprises a single DOSIRED dosimetric device that allows recording the levels of electromagnetic radiation. Electromagnetic frequency ranges that can be perceived by DOSIRED are included from 50 MHz to 6 GHz in 10 MHz channel bandwidth, so it can record the exposure to different fields emitted by the technologies that surround us in our day to day. Data collected by DOSIRED can be further analyzed using specific software, allowing the creation of a map of the exposure to electromagnetic fields to which the individual is exposed.
"DOSIRAD recorded exposure to electromagnetic fields creating a map of the different places of exposure and the intensity of it"
"The levels of microwave electromagnetic fields on 6 magnitudes have risen in 20 years and may be a factor co-promoter of diseases such as cancer or EHS"
Dr. Ceferino Maestu laboratorio de bioelectromagnetismo del centro de tecnología biomédica (CTB) firstname.lastname@example.org
Campus científico y tecnológico de la UPM , centro de tecnología biomédica (CTB) campus de Montegancedo 28223 Pozuelo de Alcorcón (Madrid)
Innovation, Commercialization and Entrepreneurship Area
Centre of Support for Technological Innovation – UPM