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Experimental Investigation of a Retro-Focusing Microwave Hyperthermia Applicator: Conjugate-Field Matching Scheme

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A seven-element array of dielectric-loaded open-ended waveguides totally immersed in a water tank is tested as a possible hyperthermia applicator. Experimental results show a substantial increase in focusing ability of the array if a conjugate matching scheme is used to adjust the phase of each element excitation. This scheme could offer a practical procedure for operating a focused hyperthermia applicator in a living patient.

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Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:34 ,  Issue: 5 )