A Wearable Microwave Antenna Array for Time-Domain Breast Tumor Screening

@article{Porter2016AWM,
  title={A Wearable Microwave Antenna Array for Time-Domain Breast Tumor Screening},
  author={Emily Porter and Hadi Bahrami and Adam Santorelli and Benoit Gosselin and Leslie Ann Rusch and Milica Popovic},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging},
  year={2016},
  volume={35},
  pages={1501-1509}
}
In this work, we present a clinical prototype with a wearable patient interface for microwave breast cancer detection. The long-term aim of the prototype is a breast health monitoring application. The system operates using multistatic time-domain pulsed radar, with 16 flexible antennas embedded into a bra. Unlike the previously reported, table-based prototype with a rigid cup-like holder, the wearable one requires no immersion medium and enables simple localization of breast surface. In… CONTINUE READING
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