Phantoms for a novel generation of medical microwave imaging devices

Abstract : This paper shows that the manufacturing process presented in our previous work which was used for building time-stable and remotely reproducible breast and head phantoms, opens up new avenues for mimicking any types of biological tissues in the frequency range of [500 MHz-3 GHz]. Moreover, the numerical version of the phantom (STL format file) enables us to test its conformity, as well as experimental configurations. The study is placed in the framework of the European project EMERALD.
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S Abedi, Nadine Joachimowicz, O Meyer, D. Picard, H. Roussel. Phantoms for a novel generation of medical microwave imaging devices. 13th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EUCAP 2019), Apr 2019, Krakow, Poland. ⟨hal-02126815⟩

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