N. E. Evans

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Tissue-implanted ultra-high frequency (UHF) radio devices are being employed in both humans and animals for telemetry and telecommand applications. This paper describes the experimental measurement and electromagnetic modeling of propagation from 418-MHz and 916.5-MHz sources placed in the human vagina. Whole-body homogeneous and semi-segmented software(More)
Human body effects such as antenna-body interaction and scattering caused by pedestrian movement are important indoor radio propagation phenomena at microwave frequencies. This paper reports measurements and statistical analysis of the indoor narrowband propagation channel at 5.2 GHz for two scenarios: a fixed line-of-sight (LOS) link perturbed by(More)
(2005). Prediction of variation in MIMO channel capacity for the populated indoor environment using a radar cross-section-based pedestrian model. Abstract—Multipath propagation is a fundamental requirement for the operation of Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) wireless systems. However, at UHF and above, pedestrian movement may significantly affect the(More)
This paper details the implementation and operational performance of a minimum-power 2.45-GHz pulse receiver and a companion on-off keyed transmitter for use in a semi-active, duplex RF biomedical transponder. A 50-ohm microstrip stub-matched zero-bias diode detector forms the heart of a body-worn receiver that has a (CMOS baseband amplifier consuming 20(More)
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