RADIO FREQUENCY CHARACTERISTICS OF MAMMALIAN TISSUES
This work deals with the theory and measurement of the dielectric conductivity and permittivity of several excised, normal, soft mammalian tisues. The linear properties were measured using high precision bridge techniques. Errors from electrode polarization and from stray admittance elements were reduced to acceptable levels or corrected for. Temperature coefficients for conductivity and for permittivity were computed. Computer-fitted Cole-Cole parameters for each measurement sequence are given. The correlation between theory and experiment is examined and found to be good. Data from the present work are compared to selected data from the literature. The frequency range is from 100 kHz to 100 MHz. ^
RICHARD DEWAYNE STOY,
"RADIO FREQUENCY CHARACTERISTICS OF MAMMALIAN TISSUES"
(January 1, 1982).
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