A Wideband Microwave Tomography System With a Novel Frequency Selection Procedure

@article{Gilmore2010AWM,
  title={A Wideband Microwave Tomography System With a Novel Frequency Selection Procedure},
  author={Colin Gilmore and Puyan Mojabi and Amer Zakaria and Majid Ostadrahimi and Cam Kaye and Sima Noghanian and Lotfollah Shafai and Stephen Pistorius and Joe LoVetri},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering},
  year={2010},
  volume={57},
  pages={894-904}
}
In this paper, we describe a 2-D wideband microwave imaging system intended for biomedical imaging. The system is capable of collecting data from 3 to 6 GHz, with 24 coresident antenna elements connected to a vector network analyzer via a 2 × 24 port matrix switch. As one of the major sources of error in the data collection process is a result of the strongly coupling 24 coresident antennas, we provide a novel method to avoid the frequencies where the coupling is large enough to prevent… CONTINUE READING
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