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|Title: ||2.4 GHz plaster antennas for health monitoring|
|Authors: ||Kellomaki, Tiiti|
|Issue Date: ||2009|
|Publisher: ||© IEEE|
|Citation: ||KELLOMAKI, T. ... et al, 2009. 2.4 GHz plaster antennas for health monitoring. IN Proceedings, 3rd European Conference on Antennas and Propagation. EuCAP 2009, Berlin, 23-27 March 2009, pp. 211-215|
|Abstract: ||Commercial plaster material (polyacrylate) is used
as an antenna substrate. Two 2.45 GHz patch antennas are
introduced, both designed to be attached directly to the skin.
Measured efficiencies are 70 % in free space and 60 % on-body.
Measured on-body gains of each antenna are 6.2 and 1.4 dBi.
Simulated 1 g specific absorption rates (SAR) of the two antennas
are 2.3 W/kg and 1.6 W/kg using 1 W input power. 10 g SAR
values are 0.6 W/kg and 1.2 W/kg. Antenna feeding using snap-on
buttons is investigated and has been found useful.|
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