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After the increase in the use of mobile phones in the recent years, concerns have been raised about the biological effect of the exposure to the mobile phones radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation. The finite-difference time-domain method is the most demotic numerical method for the solution of problems in electromagnetic. In this paper, FDTD techniques have been used to calculate the SAR generated by a mobile phone at 900MHz. The authors used the numerical technique to obtain the SAR induced at different points inside the head model. It was found that the SAR induced in the head, decreases with the distance from the radiating source.