40 GHz RF biosensor based on microwave coplanar waveguide transmission line for cancer cells (HepG2) dielectric characterization.

@article{Chen201440GR,
  title={40 GHz RF biosensor based on microwave coplanar waveguide transmission line for cancer cells (HepG2) dielectric characterization.},
  author={Yu-Fu Chen and Hung-Wei Wu and Yong-Han Hong and Hsin-Ying Lee},
  journal={Biosensors & bioelectronics},
  year={2014},
  volume={61},
  pages={417-21}
}
This paper presents a 40-GHz RF biosensor that involves using a microwave coplanar waveguide (CPW) transmission line for the dielectric characterization of cancer cells (Hepatoma G2, HepG2). In the past, conventional resonator-based biosensors were designed to operate at a specific resonant peak; however, the dielectric sensitivity of the cells was restricted to a narrow bandwidth. To provide a very wide bandwidth (1-40 GHz), biosensors were based on a microwave CPW transmission line. The… CONTINUE READING
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