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Square Patch Antenna for Breast Cancer Diagnosis at 2.45 GHz

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Abstract: This paper presents a model of cancer diagnosis using principal electrical parameters of tumor cells such as the relative permittivity and the conductivity. The proposed model involves a square microstrip antenna and breast phantom comprising a tumor cell. The radiation properties of the designed antenna at the ISM bands, such as the Return Loss (RL), the current density, the electrical field and the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) are exploited for diagnosing purposes. The Ansoft HFSS (13.0) simulated results show that the difference in terms of the RL, the current density, the electrical field and the SAR is higher than 2 dB, 40 A m2, 100 V m and 20 W kg respectively, once the tumor exists inside the breast model. This proposed technique in turn can be exploited to distinguish malignant cells inside the women breast in earlier stages as compared to other traditional techniques such as mammography, X-ray, ultra-sound, tomography and MRI.

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