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Cancer Occurrences in Laboratory Rats from Exposure to RF and Microwave Radiation

James C. Lin

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Review on Advanced Short-Range Multimode Continuous-Wave Radar Architectures for Healthcare Applications

José-María Muñoz-Ferreras, Zhengyu Peng, Roberto Gómez-GarcíaChangzhi Li

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APS Special Issue
Passive Impedance Matching For Implanted Brain-Electrode Interfaces

Wei-Chuan Chen, Katrina Guido, Asimina Kiourti.

Abstract:We propose a new technique for matching the high impedance of sub-cranial electrodes to wireless brain implants that is:

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IMBioC Special Issue
NanoNeuroRFID: A Wireless Implantable Device Based on Magnetoelectric Antennas

Mohsen Zaeimbashi ; Hwaider Lin ; Cunzheng Dong ; Xianfeng Liang ; Mehdi Nasrollahpour ; Huaihao Chen, Neville Sun, Alexei Matyushov, Yifan He Xinjun Wang, Cheng Tu, Yuyi Wei, Yi Zhang, Sydeny Cash, Marvin Onabajo, Aatmesh Shrivastava, Nian-xiang Sun Sun.

Abstract:A major obstacle during the design of brain-computer interfaces is the unavailability of a neural implantable device that is μ-scale in size, wireless, self-powered, and long-lasting.

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APS Special Issue
Subject-specific, Non-invasive Helmet-restraint RF Coil for Awake, Non-human Primate MR Imaging

Bahareh Behzadnezhad, Jacob Andreae, Samuel A. Hurley, Caitlynn Filla, Ellie Mueller, Bruce D. Collick, Nader Behdad, Luis Populin, Alan B. McMillan.

Abstract:The purpose of this study was to develop a non-invasive restraint helmet integrated with an RF coil for awake-behaving non-human primate MR imaging.

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Original Research Paper
Portable Microwave Head Imaging System Using Software-Defined Radio and Switching Network

Anthony Edgar Stancombe, Konstanty Bialkowski, Amin Abbosh.

Abstract:Head imaging plays an imperative role in the detection and localisation of conditions affecting the brain, such as strokes, cancerous tumours, and haemorrhages caused by trauma.

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