Michael D. Janezic

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—We have developed a broad-band technique for measuring the relative permittivity of low-thin films using microstrip transmission-line measurements. From measurements of the complex microstrip propagation constant and the characteristic impedance, we determined the relative permittivity of thin films incorporated in microstrip lines. We present measurement(More)
Building materials are often incorporated into complex, multilayer macrostructures that are simply not amenable to measurements using coax or waveguide sample holders. In response to this, we developed an ultra-wideband (UWB) free-field measurement system. This measurement system uses a ground-plane-based system and two TEM half-horn antennas to transmit(More)
We investigate the feasibility of using dielectric spectra to classify hazardous and nonhazardous liquids. The dielectric spectra of several liquids was obtained with a shielded-open coaxial fixture, and we present a new full-wave model for calculating the complex permittivity of liquids using this fixture. Using the measured complex permittivity for each(More)
We discuss the characterization of phantom materials that simulate the electromagnetic characteristics of various human tissues from 100 Hz to 10 MHz, and over a temperature range of 15 o C to 40 o C. The materials studied were: 1) a solution of potassium chloride in water, 2) a solution of propylene carbonate, ethylene carbonate, and salts, 3) a semi-solid(More)
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