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Wireless Monitoring of Biological Objects at Microwaves

Version 1 : Received: 30 April 2021 / Approved: 5 May 2021 / Online: 5 May 2021 (12:13:48 CEST)

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Vendik, I.; Vendik, O.; Pleskachev, V.; Munina, I.; Turalchuk, P.; Kirillov, V. Wireless Monitoring of Biological Objects at Microwaves. Electronics 2021, 10, 1288. Vendik, I.; Vendik, O.; Pleskachev, V.; Munina, I.; Turalchuk, P.; Kirillov, V. Wireless Monitoring of Biological Objects at Microwaves. Electronics 2021, 10, 1288.

Journal reference: Electronics 2021, 10, 1288
DOI: 10.3390/electronics10111288

Abstract

Propagation of electromagnetic (EM) waves inside and on the surface of the human body is the subject of active research in area of biomedical applications. This research area is the basis for wireless monitoring of biological object parameters and characteristics. Much attention has been paid to radio-frequency identification systems, which are intended for biomedical applications. Solutions to the following problems are crucial to achieve the stated goals in the area of wireless monitoring: EM wave propagation inside regular and multilayer biological media, through the interface between different media, and on-body surface wave propagation. The biological object monitoring is based on a consideration of the followingprocesses: a) propagation of the EM wave in a biological medium considered as the dielectric with a high dielectric permittivity and substantial conductivity; b) penetration of the EM wave through the biological medium–air interface (wave reflection and refraction); c) propagation of the EM wave in a multi-layer biological medium; d) propagation of the EM wave along the plane or curved surface of biological objects.

Subject Areas

electromagnetic waves, microwave frequency range, biological medium, wave propagation, reflection, refraction, surface wave, creeping wave, multilayered biological medium, body area networks

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