Friday, 15 March 2019

Optimal Radiation of Body-Implanted Capsules

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Our paper “Optimal Radiation of Body-Implanted Capsules” has been just published in Physical Review Letters.

Short description: Efficient electromagnetic energy exchange between autonomous implants and external equipment is required to overcome existing constraints on powering, safety, and data transfer. These limitations prohibit us to realize wireless neural interfaces, implantable lab-on-a-chips, surgical microbots, and so on. We investigate the radiation of body-implanted capsules and obtain the explicit radiation optima for arbitrary sources. Established fundamental bounds exceed by far the efficiencies obtained by conventional designs. Based on the results, we synthesize the optimal source that outperforms the existing systems by a factor of five. It represents a fundamentally new capability enabling safe, power-efficient, and high throughput devices.

Thursday, 1 March 2018

Electromagnetic Radiation Efficiency of Body-Implanted Devices

Our paper “Electromagnetic Radiation Efficiency of Body-Implanted Devices” has been published in Physical Review Applied. You can read it here.

Friday, 22 September 2017

Robust Ultraminiature Capsule Antenna for Ingestible and Implantable Applications

The paper “Robust Ultraminiature Capsule Antenna for Ingestible and Implantable Applications” has just been published in IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation. You can read it here.

Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Moment of Interia

— “The hollow one always loses

Walter Lewin provides a brilliant demonstration of moment of inertia:

Thursday, 13 November 2014

Practical Electromagnetics for Engineers

This is one of the most interesting youtube channels on practical electromagnetics:

Clear and distinct explanation videos for the most interesting topics without unnecessary complications.
If only I had these at the university.

Take for example this video on antenna basics: