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Soichi Watanabe
Soichi Watanabe
Other namesSo-ichi Watanabe, 渡辺 聡一
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Verified email at nict.go.jp
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Development of realistic high-resolution whole-body voxel models of Japanese adult males and females of average height and weight, and application of models to radio-frequency …
T Nagaoka, S Watanabe, K Sakurai, E Kunieda, S Watanabe, M Taki, ...
Physics in Medicine & Biology 49 (1), 1, 2003
9452003
Guidelines for limiting exposure to electromagnetic fields (100 kHz to 300 GHz)
International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
Health physics 118 (5), 483-524, 2020
8252020
Characteristics of the SAR distributions in a head exposed to electromagnetic fields radiated by a hand-held portable radio
SI Watanabe, H Taki, T Nojima, O Fujiwara
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques 44 (10), 1874-1883, 1996
2741996
Comparisons of computed mobile phone induced SAR in the SAM phantom to that in anatomically correct models of the human head
BB Beard, W Kainz, T Onishi, T Iyama, S Watanabe, O Fujiwara, J Wang, ...
IEEE transactions on electromagnetic compatibility 48 (2), 397-407, 2006
2452006
ICNIRP guidelines on limits of exposure to incoherent visible and infrared radiation
International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
Health Physics 105 (1), 74-96, 2013
2072013
Mobile phone use, exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic field, and brain tumour: a case–control study
T Takebayashi, N Varsier, Y Kikuchi, K Wake, M Taki, S Watanabe, ...
British journal of cancer 98 (3), 652-659, 2008
1832008
Biological and morphological effects on the brain after exposure of rats to a 1439 MHz TDMA field
G Tsurita, H Nagawa, S Ueno, S Watanabe, M Taki
Bioelectromagnetics: Journal of the Bioelectromagnetics Society, The Society …, 2000
1642000
Mobile phone use and acoustic neuroma risk in Japan
T Takebayashi, S Akiba, Y Kikuchi, M Taki, K Wake, S Watanabe, ...
Occupational and environmental medicine 63 (12), 802-807, 2006
1612006
An anatomically realistic whole-body pregnant-woman model and specific absorption rates for pregnant-woman exposure to electromagnetic plane waves from 10 MHz to 2 GHz
T Nagaoka, T Togashi, K Saito, M Takahashi, K Ito, S Watanabe
Physics in Medicine & Biology 52 (22), 6731-6745, 2007
1482007
FDTD calculation of whole-body average SAR in adult and child models for frequencies from 30 MHz to 3 GHz
J Wang, O Fujiwara, S Kodera, S Watanabe
Physics in Medicine & Biology 51 (17), 4119, 2006
1452006
ICNIRP guidelines on limits of exposure to laser radiation of wavelengths between 180 nm and 1,000 μm
International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
Health physics 105 (3), 271-295, 2013
1242013
Approximation of aging effect on dielectric tissue properties for SAR assessment of mobile telephones
J Wang, O Fujiwara, S Watanabe
IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility 48 (2), 408-413, 2006
1222006
Proportion-corrected scaled voxel models for Japanese children and their application to the numerical dosimetry of specific absorption rate for frequencies from 30 MHz to 3 GHz
T Nagaoka, E Kunieda, S Watanabe
Physics in Medicine & Biology 53 (23), 6695, 2008
1092008
Monte Carlo simulations of skin exposure to electromagnetic field from 10 GHz to 1 THz
K Sasaki, M Mizuno, K Wake, S Watanabe
Physics in Medicine & Biology 62 (17), 6993, 2017
942017
Impact of serotonin transporter gene polymorphism on brain activation by colorectal distention
S Fukudo, M Kanazawa, T Mizuno, T Hamaguchi, M Kano, S Watanabe, ...
Neuroimage 47 (3), 946-951, 2009
942009
An improved FDTD model for the feeding gap of a thin-wire antenna
S Watanabe, M Taki
IEEE Microwave and guided wave letters 8 (4), 152-154, 1998
941998
Lack of promoting effects of the electromagnetic near-field used for cellular phones (929.2 MHz) on rat liver carcinogenesis in a medium-term liver bioassay.
K Imaida, M Taki, T Yamaguchi, T Ito, S Watanabe, K Wake, A Aimoto, ...
Carcinogenesis 19 (2), 311-314, 1998
931998
Guidelines for limiting exposure to electric fields induced by movement of the human body in a static magnetic field and by time-varying magnetic fields below 1 Hz
International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
Health physics 106 (3), 418-425, 2014
862014
The 1.5 GHz electromagnetic near‐field used for cellular phones does not promote rat liver carcinogenesis in a medium‐term liver bioassay
K Imaida, M Taki, S Watanabe, Y Kamimura, T Ito, T Yamaguchi, N Ito, ...
Japanese journal of cancer research 89 (10), 995-1002, 1998
841998
Measurement of the dielectric properties of the epidermis and dermis at frequencies from 0.5 GHz to 110 GHz
K Sasaki, K Wake, S Watanabe
Physics in Medicine & Biology 59 (16), 4739, 2014
802014
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