Microwave sensor for non-destructive dielectric characterization of biological systems

Jilani, M.T. and Wen, W.P. and Rehman, M.Z.U. and Khan, A.M. and Cheong, L.Y. (2016) Microwave sensor for non-destructive dielectric characterization of biological systems. International Journal of Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics, 50 (2). pp. 353-363.

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This paper presents a microwave sensor for the non-destructive dielectric characterization of biological tissues. The proposed sensor is based on microstrip ring-resonator, which is utilized for quality evaluation of meat at 1 GHz frequency. The obtained results from measurement and simulation are in good agreement for the studied meat samples. Using numerical formulations, dielectric constant of meat samples is extracted and then compared with those acquired by well-established and commercially available coaxial-probe method. Negligible difference is observed in obtained data, the maximum discrepancy is about 6 only. Findings of this study provide new possibilities to employ microwave circuits for non-destructive evaluation of dielectric materials. © 2016-IOS Press and the authors.

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Uncontrolled Keywords:Dielectric properties; Dielectric spectroscopy; Meats; Microwave circuits; Microwave sensors; Nondestructive examination; Numerical methods; Optical resonators; Permittivity; Quality control; Resonators, Biological tissues; Dielectric characterization; Effective permittivity; Measurement and simulation; Meat quality; Microstrip ring resonator; Non destructive evaluation; Numerical formulation, Dielectric materials
ID Code:25579
Deposited By: Ms Sharifah Fahimah Saiyed Yeop
Deposited On:27 Aug 2021 09:18
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