The dielectric properties of biological tissues: III. Parametric models for the dielectric spectrum of tissues.

@article{Gabriel1996TheDP,
  title={The dielectric properties of biological tissues: III. Parametric models for the dielectric spectrum of tissues.},
  author={Serban Mihai Gabriel and R W Lau and Camelia Gabriel},
  journal={Physics in medicine and biology},
  year={1996},
  volume={41 11},
  pages={
          2271-93
        }
}
A parametric model was developed to describe the variation of dielectric properties of tissues as a function of frequency. The experimental spectrum from 10 Hz to 100 GHz was modelled with four dispersion regions. The development of the model was based on recently acquired data, complemented by data surveyed from the literature. The purpose is to enable the prediction of dielectric data that are in line with those contained in the vast body of literature on the subject. The analysis was carried… 

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