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Approximate Expressions to the Reactive Near-Field Losses of Body-Implanted Antennas

@inproceedings{Gao2022ApproximateET,
  title={Approximate Expressions to the Reactive Near-Field Losses of Body-Implanted Antennas},
  author={Mingxiang Gao and Zvonimir Sipus and Anja K. Skrivervik},
  year={2022}
}
 Abstract —Implantable bioelectronics often relies on an RF-wireless link for communication and/or remote powering. Propagation through biological media is very lossy, and previous work has shown that these losses can be separated into three parts: the losses incurred by the propagating fields, the reflections at media interfaces, and the coupling of the reactive near field and the lossy body. The first two are unavoidable, but a clever antenna design can minimize the near-field losses. A good… 

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