Human body equivalent phantom in low-frequency, microwave, and millimeter-waves
Multi Layer Phantom
Phantom models examples Pictures provided by Professor Emeritus Ito Koichi of Chiba University
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
(Left) Semisolid phantom prototype for millimeter waves Comparative evaluation of the semisolid phantom prototype by AET and the broadband frequency characteristics
(Left) 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