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MRI-Derived 3-D-Printed Breast Phantom for Microwave Breast Imaging Validation
We propose a 3-D-printed breast phantom for use in preclinical experimental microwave imaging studies. The phantom is derived from an MRI of a human subject; thus, it is anthropomorphic, and itsExpand
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Multiband Miniaturized Patch Antennas for a Compact, Shielded Microwave Breast Imaging Array
We present a comprehensive study of a class of multiband miniaturized patch antennas designed for use in a 3-D enclosed sensor array for microwave breast imaging. Miniaturization and multibandExpand
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Quantitative Microwave Imaging of Realistic Numerical Breast Phantoms Using an Enclosed Array of Multiband, Miniaturized Patch Antennas
We present a 3-D microwave breast imaging study in which we reconstruct the dielectric profiles of MRI-derived numerical breast phantoms from simulated array measurements using an enclosed array ofExpand
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Microwave beamforming for non-invasive patient-specific hyperthermia treatment of pediatric brain cancer.
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We present a numerical study of an array-based microwave beamforming approach for non-invasive hyperthermia treatment of pediatric brain tumors that cannot be treated safely by surgical excision. Expand
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Beamforming-Enhanced Inverse Scattering for Microwave Breast Imaging
We present a focal-beamforming-enhanced formulation of the distorted Born iterative method (DBIM) for microwave breast imaging. Incorporating beamforming into the imaging algorithm has the potentialExpand
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Sparse-Aperture Qualitative Inverse Scattering using a Phase-Delay-Based Frequency Variation Constraint
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We introduce a technique to improve multifrequency LSM imaging in sparse aperture scenarios by incorporating a priori knowledge of propagation-based phase delay into the LSM inversion. Expand
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Cross‐range target response analysis for extreme high‐squint synthetic aperture radar
We propose a formulation for predicting the cross-range characteristics of the synthetic aperture radar (SAR) point-spread function (PSF) for extremely high squints based on the concept of phasedExpand
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Qualitative Inverse Scattering for Sparse-Aperture Data Collections Using a Phase-Delay Frequency Variation Constraint
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We present a formulation of the linear sampling method (LSM) for reconstructing target shape from spatially sparse data sets. Expand
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Interferometric enhancement for forward-looking synthetic aperture radar target imaging
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We present a technique for interferometric processing of extreme high-squint synthetic aperture radar (SAR) target images. Expand
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Experimental extreme high-squint SAR target imaging
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An experimental study of extreme high-squint (i.e. forward-looking) synthetic aperture radar (SAR) is presented. Expand
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