Design and analysis of the Flexible Antenna behavior for Microwave Imaging of breast cancer
Keywords:Software Reliability, Antenna Design, polymeric material, Breast cancer, mTOR pathway, Cancer Imaging, Microwave imaging
Microwave imaging has more advantages as compared to previous techniques because of its compact size, low profile, and ease of integration with a variety of medical devices. This research presents a detailed investigation of the design, assessment, and characterization of a microstrip patch antenna for biomedical purposes. Many antennas are equipped with high precision and gain for breast cancer detection at an early stage, but versatile antenna efficiency is better compared to other antennas. The jeans material is used for this purpose as a dielectric constant (4.7) as a 1.6 mm thick dielectric substrate. This wearable antenna is made for 2.45 GHz applications and utilizes the co-axial feeding technology of the conducting type for the optimum antenna output. CST software is used to simulate this antenna, and the simulation results are contrasted with previously measured metrics including return loss (S1,1), VSWR, gain in dB, and directivity (D).
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