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New flexible medical compact antenna: Design and analysis

Abstract : Some results on embedded antennas for medical wireless communication systems are presented. Medical telemetry can advantageously assist medical diagnostics. For example, you can better locate a diseased area by monitoring temperature inside the human body. In order to establish efficient wireless links in such an environment, a special attention should be paid to the antenna design. It is required to be of a low profile, very small regardless of the working frequency-434 MHz in the ISM band, safe, and cost effective. Design of the as-considered antenna is proposed based on a simple model. The approach has been demonstrated for a compact flexible antenna with a factor of 10 with respect to the half-wave antenna, rolling up inside an ingestible pill. Measured and calculated impedance behaviour and radiation characteristics of the modified patch are determined. Excellent agreement was found between experiment and theory.
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Yann Mahe, Anne Chousseaud, Marc Brunet, Bruno Froppier. New flexible medical compact antenna: Design and analysis. International Journal of Antennas and Propagation, 2012, Flexible Substrate Antennas, 2012, pp.837230. ⟨10.1155/2012/837230⟩. ⟨hal-00673376⟩

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