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Features
  • Evaluation of interactions between the human body and mobile devices, RFID tags, medical devices, and wireless EV charging systems, etc.
  • Evaluation of SAR by thermography as well as by thin probes
  • Mimicking dielectric constants of human tissues over the wide frequency range from Low-frequency to millimeter wave
  • Elastic semisolid materials and filling gel phantoms
  • Evaluation of wearable and implantable wireless devices
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Semisolid phantom prototype for millimeter waves Comparative evaluation of the semisolid phantom prototype by AET and the broadband frequency characteristics
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Characteristics of Biological Tissue Equivalent Phantoms Applied to UWB Communications
[in Japanese]Takimoto Takuya, Ito Koichi et al.
IEICE Transactions on Communications B Vol.J88-B No.9
Frequency characteristics of a 2/3 muscle equivalent phantom electric constant
Development of Biological Tissue-Equivalent Phantom in HF BandIto Koichi et al.
EICE Transactions on Communications B Vol. J96-B No.9 pp. 964-970
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