We experimentally quantify the radiation of a small Ultra-Wideband (UWB) antenna placed on a human body. The measurements are performed for different antenna locations on the body, namely the head, torso and belt. First the antenna is measured in free space as reference, and then the influences of the body are investigated for different frequencies and antenna polarizations. We observe minimal signal blockage when the antenna is located on the head. It is around 5d B-10 dB loss for all polarizations. For the belt and torso, the blockage is 10 dB to 35 dB, for both polarizations.