Anders Örbom

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Detection of moving objects concealed behind a concrete wall corner has been demonstrated, using Doppler-based techniques with a stepped-frequency radar centered at 10 GHz, in a reduced-scale model of a street scenario. Micro-Doppler signatures have been traced in the return from a human target, both for walking and for breathing. Separate material(More)
Using an experimental coherent high-resolution X-band radar, we show that micro-Doppler signatures from one or more walking persons can be retrieved off the radar line of sight in a realistic urban environment. The off-sightline objects are illuminated by the radar wave multipath wall reflections. Velocity-time diagrams are created for specific walking(More)
In this letter, we present a new methodology for measuring the bistatic ground scattering coefficient &#x03C3;<sup>0</sup> at large bistatic angles and in the near field of a rough surface. To filter out unwanted radar returns, out-gating from bistatic inverse synthetic aperture radar (ISAR) imaging is performed for the area of interest. Comparisons are(More)
The therapeutic effect of radioimmunotherapy depends on the distribution of the absorbed dose in relation to viable cancer cells within the tumor, which in turn is a function of the activity distribution. The aim of this study was to investigate the distribution of Lu-DOTABR96 monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) targeting the Lewis Y antigen over 7 days using a(More)
This study investigated the feasibility of targeting the free, unbound forms of prostate-specific antigen (fPSA) for in vivo imaging of prostate adenocarcinomas (PCa), as PSA is produced and secreted at abundance during every clinical stage and grade of PCa, including castration-resistant disease. We injected (125)I-labeled monoclonal antibody PSA30(More)
PURPOSE The most commonly used technology currently used for autoradiography is storage phosphor screens, which has many benefits such as a large field of view but lacks particle-counting detection of the time and energy of each detected radionuclide decay. A number of alternative designs, using either solid state or scintillator detectors, have been(More)
UNLABELLED The therapeutic effect of radioimmunotherapy depends on the distribution of the absorbed dose in relation to viable cancer cells within the tumor, which in turn is a function of the activity distribution. The aim of this study was to investigate the distribution of (177)Lu-DOTA-BR96 monoclonal antibodies targeting the Lewis Y antigen over 7 d(More)
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