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Development of Anatomically Realistic Numerical Breast Phantoms With Accurate Dielectric Properties for Modeling Microwave Interactions With the Human Breast
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A collection of anatomically realistic 3-D numerical breast phantoms of varying shape, size, and radiographic density which can readily be used in finite-difference time-domain computational electromagnetics models of microwave interactions with the human breast. Expand
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Ultrawideband microwave breast cancer detection: a detection-theoretic approach using the generalized likelihood ratio test
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We propose a statistical microwave imaging technique wherein a set of generalized likelihood ratio tests (GLRT) is applied to microwave backscatter data to determine the presence and location of strong scatterers such as malignant tumors in the breast. Expand
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Breast Tumor Characterization Based on Ultrawideband Microwave Backscatter
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Characterization of architectural tissue features such as the shape, margin, and size of a suspicious lesion is commonly performed in conjunction with medical imaging to provide clues about the nature of an abnormality. Expand
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GMTI MIMO radar
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Multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) extensions to radar systems enable a number of advantages compared to traditional approaches. Expand
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MICROWAVE IMAGING VIA SPACE-TIME BEAMFORMING FOR EARLY DETECTION OF BREAST CANCER: BEAMFORMER DESIGN IN THE FREQUENCY DOMAIN
Microwave imaging via space-time beamforming has been proposed recently for early-stage breast cancer detection. In this paper we present an efficient frequency-domain approach to designing theExpand
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Noise dosimetry for tactical environments
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This paper describes the design of a noise dosimeter capable of acquiring exposure data across tactical environments, including during combat operations. Expand
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Airborne GMTI using MIMO techniques
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The performance of a ground moving target indicator (GMTI) radar is strongly driven by the length of the aperture, as longer apertures enable lower minimum detectable velocity (MDV) and better target geolocation. Expand
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Low cost phased array radar for applications in engineering education
Hands-on instruction in engineering education is beneficial to the development of a workforce that understands the complexity of building radar systems. Unfortunately, building phased array systemsExpand
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In-ear and on-body measurements of impulse-noise exposure
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This study evaluates a wearable recording device designed to measure on-body and in-ear noise exposure, specifically in an environment with significant impulse noise resulting from firearms. Expand
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Safety assessment of breast cancer detection via ultrawideband microwave radar operating in pulsed-radiation mode
We conduct an finite-difference time-domain computational electromagnetic analysis of the safety of ultrawideband microwave breast cancer detection techniques. Pulses are transmitted intoExpand
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