Antenna development for multi-functional wireless health monitoring sensor

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Antenna development for multi-functional wireless health monitoring sensor. / Rabbani, M. S.; Churm, J.; Feresidis, A.

2019. Paper presented at Antennas and Propagation Conference 2019, APC 2019, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

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Rabbani, MS, Churm, J & Feresidis, A 2019, 'Antenna development for multi-functional wireless health monitoring sensor', Paper presented at Antennas and Propagation Conference 2019, APC 2019, Birmingham, United Kingdom, 11/11/19 - 12/11/19. https://doi.org/10.1049/cp.2019.0705

APA

Rabbani, M. S., Churm, J., & Feresidis, A. (2019). Antenna development for multi-functional wireless health monitoring sensor. Paper presented at Antennas and Propagation Conference 2019, APC 2019, Birmingham, United Kingdom. https://doi.org/10.1049/cp.2019.0705

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Rabbani MS, Churm J, Feresidis A. Antenna development for multi-functional wireless health monitoring sensor. 2019. Paper presented at Antennas and Propagation Conference 2019, APC 2019, Birmingham, United Kingdom. https://doi.org/10.1049/cp.2019.0705

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Rabbani, M. S. ; Churm, J. ; Feresidis, A. / Antenna development for multi-functional wireless health monitoring sensor. Paper presented at Antennas and Propagation Conference 2019, APC 2019, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

Bibtex

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title = "Antenna development for multi-functional wireless health monitoring sensor",
abstract = "A high gain (20.35 dBi), wide-band (3.78 GHz), leaky-wave antenna (LWA) design with beam scanning capabilities (12°) is presented for remote vital sign monitoring (RVSM) utilizing the Doppler radar technique at 60 GHz-band frequencies. Since a narrow frequency band is required for Doppler radar in vital sign monitoring, the antenna beam scanning is achieved by tuning the operating frequency across 62-65 GHz band. Remote health monitoring measurements have been taken with two identical antennas at 3 m distance from the subject. It is shown that both the breathing rate (BR) and heartbeat rate (HR) can be successfully detected within 20° of the angular range by tuning the operating frequency from 62-65 GHz.",
keywords = "60 GHz Doppler radar, Beam steering antenna, Wireless health monitoring",
author = "Rabbani, {M. S.} and J. Churm and A. Feresidis",
year = "2019",
doi = "10.1049/cp.2019.0705",
language = "English",
note = "Antennas and Propagation Conference 2019, APC 2019 ; Conference date: 11-11-2019 Through 12-11-2019",

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N2 - A high gain (20.35 dBi), wide-band (3.78 GHz), leaky-wave antenna (LWA) design with beam scanning capabilities (12°) is presented for remote vital sign monitoring (RVSM) utilizing the Doppler radar technique at 60 GHz-band frequencies. Since a narrow frequency band is required for Doppler radar in vital sign monitoring, the antenna beam scanning is achieved by tuning the operating frequency across 62-65 GHz band. Remote health monitoring measurements have been taken with two identical antennas at 3 m distance from the subject. It is shown that both the breathing rate (BR) and heartbeat rate (HR) can be successfully detected within 20° of the angular range by tuning the operating frequency from 62-65 GHz.

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