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Path loss model for wireless narrowband communication above flat phantom

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A new empirical path loss model for wireless communication at 2.4 GHz above a flat, lossy medium, representing human tissue, is presented. The model is valid for dipole antennas for heights up to 5 cm above the phantom and for distances up to 40 cm, and was applied to muscle and brain simulating media. For antennas placed close to the lossy medium, it was found that antenna height has a major influence on path loss. The model has been validated by measurements and simulations, which show excellent agreement

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:42 ,  Issue: 1 )