Design of Bending Antennas for Purpose of Biomedical Applications Using Novel Approach

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In this paper, design of a flexible antenna which is used in the field of biomedical applications. This technology consists of two methods mainly i.e. 1.Magnetron sputtering method, 2.Laser ablation method. Magnetron sputtering method is use to set slight copper coating upon polyimide substrate. Secondly Laser ablation method is mainly used to incise an antenna as of copper coat. The different parameters are simulated and measured practically. The outcomes of the verified results are good and have a satisfactory response. There are many advantages such as price, momentum, elasticity over lithography process frequently used for such applications.

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Ashok Kumar, S., Shanmuganantham, T. Design of Bending Antennas for Purpose of Biomedical Applications Using Novel Approach. Trans. Electr. Electron. Mater. (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s42341-021-00290-8

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Keywords

  • Magnetron sputtering
  • Laser ablation
  • Flexible antenna