REVIEW OF WEARABLE ANTENNA FOR MEDICAL APPLICATIONS

Author(s) : Ashly Eldhose, Shiji Abraham

Volume & Issue : VOLUME 2 / 2017 , ISSUE 1

Page(s) : 22-26


Abstract

In this review paper, research prog-ress on implantable antennas for wireless biome-dical devices is discussed and sumarized. An implantable antenna is a key component for radio frequency linked telemetry as many chall-enges arise. An implantable antenna needs to meet requirements such as compact size, opera-ting bandwidth, sufficient radiation efficiency, and patient safety. The use of the wireless elec-tronics in clothing is essential in our days in order to maintain user safety, rescue work and military personal communication. This paper also includes analysis of different types of wear-able antenna implanted on different substrate materials. Papers discuss the different fabri-cation technique which is used for the fabric-ation of wearable antenna. It also gives key knowledge about the bending challenges and bending angles of wearable antenna.



Keywords

Metasurface, wearable antenna, anisotropic substrate, monopole antenna.

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