Radiation characterization of an intra-oral wireless device at multiple ISM bands: 433 MHZ, 915 MHZ, and 2.42 GHz

@article{Huo2010RadiationCO,
  title={Radiation characterization of an intra-oral wireless device at multiple ISM bands: 433 MHZ, 915 MHZ, and 2.42 GHz},
  author={Xueliang Huo and Uei-Ming Jow and Maysam Ghovanloo},
  journal={2010 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology},
  year={2010},
  pages={1425-1428}
}
  • Xueliang Huo, Uei-Ming Jow, Maysam Ghovanloo
  • Published in
    Annual International…
    2010
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Intra-oral wireless devices are becoming more popular for physiological monitoring of the mouth environment and tongue-operated assistive technologies, such as the internal Tongue Drive System (iTDS). Here we present the experimental measurements and simulations of radiation performance of three commercial wireless transmitters operating at 433 MHz, 915 MHz, and 2.42 GHz, in the industrial-scientific-medical band when they were placed inside human mouth. The measurement and simulation results… CONTINUE READING

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