What is SAR?
Electronic and wireless devices have become an integral part of modern life. As the use of wireless devices rapidly expands, a concern of possible radiation damage to the human body due to prolonged exposure to electromagnetic (EM) radiation raises. Despite EM being a non-ionizing radiation, many studies show an Inconclusive link between EM radiation and any human body damages. Therefore all cell phones are now required to meet the "Specific Absorption Rate" standard or SAR for short.
Specific Absorption Rate is defined as the unit of measurement for the amount of radio frequency EM field absorbed by the human body when using a wireless device. The SAR value is expressed in terms of watts per kilogram (W/kg) or milliwatts per gram (mW/g).
SAR world-wide limits for example:
The FCC and Industry Canada limit for public exposure is a SAR level of 1.6 watts per kilogram (1.6 W/kg).
The European Union and many other countries have a SAR limit of 2.0 watts per kilogram (2 W/kg).
About HIT SAR Laboratory
HIT Holon Institute of Technology owns the only SAR laboratory in Israel. Led by Prof. Motti Haridim and equipped with a probe, tissue simulation liquid, and a phantom, our advanced SPEAG SAR testing system is able to measure SAR values at any required RF strength and frequency.
Our lab collaborates with various segments from high-tech industries world-wide: Telecommunication, Defense, Medical, Industrial, Energy, world-wide academic institutes and more. Our lab offers full SAR measurement services for any required application which include: Pre-certification tests, full detailed test reports, consulting services and more.