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000232101 245__ $$aExperimental verification of optimal frequency range for microwave head imaging
000232101 269__ $$a2017
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000232101 336__ $$aConference Papers
000232101 520__ $$aThis work presents the experimental verification of the power transmission of a radiating field into the human head for Microwave Imaging (MWI) applications. We aim at finding the range of frequencies that optimize the power scattered by any anomalies from inside to outside of the brain when excited by an incoming radiating field and hence improve the quality of microwave imaging. For this purpose, a 3D printed head phantom composed of liquids emulating dispersive biological head tissues in the range of [0.5-4]GHz has been built. Measurement results show that the wave penetrates well up to 1.3GHz as there is a strong attenuation around 2GHz, and low levels of transmitted power above 3GHz.
000232101 6531_ $$a3D printed head phantom
000232101 6531_ $$aMicrowave Imaging applications
000232101 6531_ $$aPower transmission
000232101 700__ $$0248112$$aBjelogrlic, Mina$$g186648
000232101 700__ $$0240251$$aFuchs, Benjamin$$g183109
000232101 700__ $$0240323$$aThiran, Jean-Philippe$$g115534
000232101 700__ $$0240432$$aMosig, Juan Ramon$$g105917
000232101 700__ $$0241487$$aMattes, Michael$$g114730
000232101 7112_ $$aInternational Conference on Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications (ICEAA)$$cVerona, Italy$$d2017
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