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Optimal Frequency of Operation and Radiation Efficiency Limitations of Implantable Antennas

Abstract : Fundamental limits on radiation performance of implantable antennas serve as the design quality gauge, facilitate the choice of the antenna type, and provide simple design rules to maximize the radiation performance. This study obtains the limits using two formulations 1) theoretical spherical-wave expansion using elementary magnetic and electric dipoles and 2) realistic full-wave 2D-axisymmetric models of TM10 and TE10 mode capsule antennas. Using both formulations, the optimal radiation conditions are investigated, the effects of antenna dimensions and its implantation depth are quantified. The results also demonstrate that an electric antenna operating close to the optimal frequency could achieve higher efficiency than a magnetic one. The latter, however, is more efficient below the optimal frequency range. © 2020 EurAAP.
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D Nikolayev, Z. Sipus, M. Bosiljevac, W.A. Joseph, M. Zhadobov, et al.. Optimal Frequency of Operation and Radiation Efficiency Limitations of Implantable Antennas. 14th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, EuCAP 2020, Mar 2020, Copenhagen, Denmark. pp.9136006, ⟨10.23919/EuCAP48036.2020.9136006⟩. ⟨hal-02931843⟩

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