Miniature double-ridged horn antennas composed of solid high-permittivity sintered ceramics for biomedical ultra-wideband radar applications

@article{Schwarz2010MiniatureDH,
  title={Miniature double-ridged horn antennas composed of solid high-permittivity sintered ceramics for biomedical ultra-wideband radar applications},
  author={Ulrich M. Schwarz and Ralf Stephan and Matthias A. Hein},
  journal={2010 IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium},
  year={2010},
  pages={1-4}
}
Ultra-wideband (UWB) radar sensors are attracting more and more attention, e.g., for biomedical applications. In contrast to established techniques like X-ray tomography or invasive diagnostic approaches, UWB radar offers the potential for remote access and ultra-low power signal intensities. Inspired by promising studies of breast tumor imaging [1], we are continuing and extending our previous work on biomedical M-sequence radar and antenna techniques [2]. We describe the development and the… CONTINUE READING
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