Brain Cancer Detection using a Wearable Strip

  • K. Umapathy, S. Omkumar, D. Muthukumaran


The whole journal outlines a new definition of a technological, science and medical (ISM) spectrum (2.4-2.4835GHz) for just the analysis of leukemia.This is chosen for its versatility towards greater radio bandwidth. The transmitter is built with a function which is small in heaviness and scope making it virtually placed on human skull. This receiver is built with a heaviness of 0.8 mm and a relative permittivity (∑) of 4.3 F / m on FR-4 substrate. The maximum antenna size is (33x23x1). The receiver is covered on the skull, consisting of six monocultural layers of skin, fat, skull, Dura, cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) and brain using CST microwave lab, respectively.Its designed customizable transceiver tests the exchange reduction, the holding-wave voltage proportion (VSWR), the propagationsequence in skull phantom model and the findings are distinguished with the cancerous head model, which carries a 5 mm cancer inside the human brain. Under IEEE standard safety control, the planned antenna is supposed to operate in ISM band.

How to Cite
K. Umapathy, S. Omkumar, D. Muthukumaran. (2020). Brain Cancer Detection using a Wearable Strip. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(05), 9234-9239. Retrieved from