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Quantitative Imaging Using a 2.45 GHz Planar Camera

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Authors:

Tommy Henriksson, Nadine Joachimowicz , Antonie Diet , Cristophe Conessa , Denny Åberg, Jean-Charles Bolomey

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Publication Type:

Conference/Workshop Paper

Venue:

5th World Congress on Industrial Process Tomography


Abstract

Microwave imaging is recognized as an efficient diagnostic modality for no invasively visualizing dielectric contrasts in non metallic bodies. The usefulness of this modality results from the existing correlation between dielectric properties and quantities of practical relevance for industrial or biomedical applications. At the beginning of the 80’s, Supélec developed a 2.45 GHz planar microwave camera, in the 90’s the group developed algorithms for quantitative microwave imaging. The purpose of this study is to investigate the capability of these existing materials, or an extended version of it, in terms of quantitative imaging of high contrast inhomogeneous object for application of breast cancer detection.

Bibtex

@inproceedings{Henriksson1074,
author = {Tommy Henriksson and Nadine Joachimowicz and Antonie Diet and Cristophe Conessa and Denny {\AA}berg and Jean-Charles Bolomey},
title = {Quantitative Imaging Using a 2.45 GHz Planar Camera},
month = {September},
year = {2007},
booktitle = {5th World Congress on Industrial Process Tomography},
url = {http://www.es.mdh.se/publications/1074-}
}