Ultra-Wideband Imaging Systems for Breast Cancer Detection

  title={Ultra-Wideband Imaging Systems for Breast Cancer Detection},
  author={Hossein Kassiri Bidhendi and Hamed Mazhab Jafari and Roman Genov},
In this chapter we will begin with an introduction to ultra-wideband (UWB) communication systems and their application in medical imaging. The rest of the chapter will present design of UWB receiver and transmitter blocks (low-noise amplifier (LNA), Multiplier and pulse generator) that are designed, fabricated and tested by authors. The reader will have a good understanding of a UWB transceiver system design and its advantages for breast cancer detection after reading this chapter. 


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