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Numerical Simulation and Models for Microcoaxial Probes. Application to "In Vivo" Measurements of Dielectric Parameters of Biological Media in the Microwave Band (1-12 GHz)

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In vivo measurements of the complex permittivity ¿* = ¿' - j¿" imply appropriate investigation methods. In this direction, we present an input measurement method associated with microcoaxial probes which seems well adapted to this problem. Considering the probe as a small monopole antenna, we derive relations giving ¿' and ¿" from the measured input impedance of the probe, including a correction term taking into account a finite dimension ground plane. Then we give some numerical simulation for different probes v.s frequency and experimental results obtained on phantom materials and on a beef muscle in the microwave band 1-12 GHz.

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Microwave Conference, 1980. 10th European

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8-12 Sept. 1980

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