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Waveguide Surface on Textile for Body Area Network

Abstract : Communication in Body Area Network (BAN) is very challenging because of the high electromagnetic absorption of human tissues. In this study, a waveguide surface printed on textile is used to guide electromagnetic waves between two on-body devices. A half-wavelength dipole is used to excite the waveguide surface. Simulation are presented at 2.4GHz for planar and curved surface on a textile substrate.
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Fabien Ferrero, Rania Khalifeh, Leonardo Lizzi. Waveguide Surface on Textile for Body Area Network. IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation and USNC-URSI Radio Science Meeting - AP-S/URSI 2019, Jul 2019, Atlanta, Georgia. ⟨hal-02085965⟩



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