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Characterisation of an antenna system implanted into a limb phantom for monitoring of bone fracture healing

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posted on 04.04.2017, 08:34 by Chinthana PanagamuwaChinthana Panagamuwa, Simon Symeonidis, William WhittowWilliam Whittow
An antenna system consisting of two implanted monopoles has been investigated. The proposed structure has been simulated in a cylindrical three layer limb phantom and the S11 andS21 responses of the system have been evaluated for the 0.5 to 5 GHz frequency range. This process occurred as the bone fracture that was introduced in the middle of the phantom gradually healed turning from blood to bone marrow and bone cortical in five discrete steps.

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  • Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering

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2016 Loughborough Antennas & Propagation Conference (LAPC)

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PANAGAMUWA, C.J., SYMEONIDIS, S. and WHITTOW, W.G., 2017. Characterisation of an antenna system implanted into a limb phantom for monitoring of bone fracture healing. Presented at the 2016 Loughborough Antennas & Propagation Conference (LAPC), Loughborough, 14th-15th November 2016.

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2017

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9781509007837;9781509007820

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en

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Loughborough