BAN antenna design using ferrite polymer composite

Abstract : Wearable antennas are an integral part of body area networks (BAN). Antenna design for BAN applications is a challenging task since the antennas have to be small, efficient and must not be affected by the wearer's body. This makes isolation of antenna a matter of importance. Ferrites form an opaque media for microwave at the ISM frequencies and hence it could be used for the isolation of antenna from surroundings. Thin polymeric ferrite sheets are used to reduce body influence in BAN perspective.
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Thierry Alves, Robin Augustine, Marjorie Grzeskowiak, Benoît Poussot, David Delcroix, et al.. BAN antenna design using ferrite polymer composite. 2009 3rd European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, Mar 2009, Berlin, Germany. pp.965-968. ⟨hal-02194038⟩

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