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Wearable Antennas: Breast Cancer Detection

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Having the merits of being light-weight, energy efficient, in addition to low manufacturing cost, reduced fabrication complexity, and the availability of inexpensive flexible substrates, flexible and wearable technology is being established as an appealing alternative to the conventional electronics technologies which are based on rigid substrates. This chapter is organized as follow into three major sections. In the first part, a detailed review of wearable antennas including applications and antenna families is presented. The second part of this project deals with the flexible antennas materials and fabrication methods. A wearable antenna prototype for medical applications, more accurately, early breast cancer detection, is discussed in the last section of this chapter.
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hal-02992031 , version 1 (06-11-2020)

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Amal Afyf, Larbi Bellarbi, Mohamed Latrach, Etienne Gaviot, Lionel Camberlein, et al.. Wearable Antennas: Breast Cancer Detection. Book In S.Delabrida Silva; R, Rabelo Oliveira & A loureiro (Eds), Publisher IGI Global. Examining Developments and Applications of Wearable Devices in Modern Society, , pp.161-202, 2018, ⟨10.4018/978-1-5225-3290-3.ch007⟩. ⟨hal-02992031⟩
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