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A Non-Invasive Bone Fracture Monitoring Analysis using an UHF Antenna

Conference paper published in 2020 12th International Symposium on Communication Systems, Networks and Digital Signal Processing (CSNDSP)

This paper shows the design of an UHF antenna which can be used for monitoring a bone fracture. A simple cylindrical model is proposed to replicate the properties of bone with an inclusion representing a blood-mimicking lesions, indicating bone fracture. The proposed dipole antenna with dimensions of 150 mm x 110 mm is analyzed into CST Design Studio to show the s-parameters variations to indicate the presence of fracture. Two identical antennas are used on the top and bottom of the bone. The proposed method may serve the purpose of a low cost and non-invasive procedure for fracture monitoring.

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