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Keywords: radio interference, geospatial, smart sustainable cities, Earth stations in motion (ESIM), 5G, human exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) and health
1. Recommendation ITU-T K.91 “Guidance for assessment, evaluation and monitoring of human exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields”
2. Recommendation ITU-T K.91 Supplement 1 “Guide on electromagnetic fields and health”
3. Recommendation ITU-T K.61, “Guidance on measurement and numerical prediction of electromagnetic fields for compliance with human exposure limits for telecommunication installations”
4. Recommendation ITU-T K.52, “Recommendation ITU-T K.52 (2018), Guidance on complying with limits for human exposure to electromagnetic fields”
5. Recommendation ITU-T K.70, “Recommendation ITU-T K.70 (2018), Mitigation techniques to limit human
exposure to EMFs in the vicinity of radiocommunication stations”
6. Recommendation ITU-T K.100, “Recommendation ITU-T K.100 (2018), Measurement of radio frequency electromagnetic fields to determine compliance with human exposure limits when a base station is put into service”
7. Recommendation ITU-R BS.1698, “Recommendation ITU-R BS.1698 (2005), Evaluating fields from terrestrial broadcasting transmitting systems operating in any frequency band for assessing exposure to non-ionizing radiation”;
9. ICT infrastructure for Financial inclusion is available at https://www.itu.int/en/myitu/News/2020/10/06/07/37/Mapping-financial-inclusion-Mexico-FIGI