• Title, Summary, Keyword: 라디오 주파수 마이크로파

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Application of Radio Frequency Microwave Technique for Glucose Detection (포도당 검출을 위한 라디오 주파수 마이크로파의 적용)

  • Kim Tae-Woo;Park Byoung-Soo;Cho Dong-Uk;Han Khil-Sung;Cho Tae-Kyung
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.4 no.4
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    • pp.171-178
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    • 2004
  • Radio frequency (RF) microwave can be used to predict glucose concentration in a sample. This paper presents preliminary results in determining the concentration by measuring relative permittivity in the solutions of distilled water, saline, human serum, and human blood containing glucose. It was shown that the microwave method has larger penetration depth of about 100times of NIR, than NIR technique in measuring glucose concentration for the tissue like a human muscle. The larger penetration depth of the method has advantages because it is more useful to detect glucose in a human body non-invasively. In the experiments, sensitivity for detecting glucose concentration in blood solutions was almost 57mg/dl at the frequency of approximately 5.8GHz.

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Design of a Microwave Radiometer Receiver for Soil Moisture monitoring (토양 수분 모니터링용 마이크로파 라디오미터 수신기 설계)

  • Son, Hong-Min;Park, Hong-Kyun
    • The Journal of the Korea institute of electronic communication sciences
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    • v.9 no.2
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    • pp.173-180
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    • 2014
  • The development process of a L-Band microwave radiometer for remote sensing of soil-moisture are described in this paper. Achieving the development aim of the measurement accuracy within 2% for soil moisture content of 0~50%, the requirements and specifications of the microwave radiometer and its receiver are drawn. The receiver with high gain, high sensitivity is designed and implemented to satisfy these requirements and specifications. The receiver has the bandwidth of 40 MHz, the system gain of 50 dB and the sensitivity of average value 0.19 K, maximum value 0.313K at 1390 MHz.

Development of a L-Band Microwave Radiometer for Remote Sensing of Water Surface Salinity (수면 염분 원격탐사용 L-Band 마이크로파 라디오미터의 개발)

  • Son, Hong-Min;Youn, Jeong-Beam
    • The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science
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    • v.24 no.9
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    • pp.900-907
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    • 2013
  • The development processes of a L-band microwave radiometer for remote sensing of water surface salinity are described in this paper. Achieving the development aim of the measurement accuracy within 2 psu for water surface salinity of 0~40 psu, the requirements and specifications of the microwave radiometer and its receiver are drawn. The receiver with high gain, high sensitivity is designed and implemented to satisfy these requirements and specifications. The receiver has the bandwidth of 45 MHz, the system gain of 47 dB and the sensitivity of 0.41 K at 1,390 MHz. The effectiveness of the developed L-band microwave radiometer for remote sensing of water surface salinity is demonstrated experimentally. The results show the microwave radiometer can detect water surface salinity for 10~28 psu within the accuracy of 1.4 psu.

Development of a Microwave Radiometer for Remote Sensing of Water Surface Temperature (수면 온도 원격탐사용 마이크로파 라디오미터의 개발)

  • Son, Hong-Min;Youn, Jeong-Beam
    • The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science
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    • v.23 no.9
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    • pp.1107-1115
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    • 2012
  • This paper presents the development processes of a microwave radiometer for remote sensing of water surface temperature. Achieving the measurement accuracy within $2^{\circ}C$ for water surface temperature of $5{\sim}30^{\circ}C$, the requirements and specifications of the microwave radiometer and its receiver are drawn. The receiver with high gain, high sensitivity is designed and implemented. The receiver has the bandwidth of 50 MHz, the system gain of 45.2 dB and the sensitivity of 0.56K at 5.02 GHz. The effectiveness of the developed microwave radiometer in the measurement of water surface temperature is demonstrated experimentally. The results show the microwave radiometer can detect water surface temperature for $7.5{\sim}18^{\circ}C$ within the accuracy of $0.45^{\circ}C$.

Harmonic-Suppressed Hairpin Bandpass Filter for the Microwave Radiometer (마이크로파 라디오미터를 위한 하모닉 억제 특성을 가진 헤어핀 필터)

  • Yun, Tae-Soon
    • The Journal of the Korea institute of electronic communication sciences
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    • v.9 no.10
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    • pp.1169-1174
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    • 2014
  • In this paper, for improving the performance of selecting and the sensitivity of the L-Band microwave radiometer for remote sensing of soil-moisture, the harmonic-suppressed hairpin bandpass filter is described. As the harmonic frequencies of the SIR can be controlled by the ratio of the impedance and electrical length, SIRs are used in the hairpin BPF for suppressing harmonics. Manufactured harmonic-suppressed hairpin BPF has the SIRs of three types and its harmonic is suppressed under 35 [dB] until 5 times of the center frequency of 1390 [MHz].

Development of a Microwave Radiometer for Remote Sensing of Oil Spills on the Water Surface (수면 기름 유출 원격 탐사용 마이크로파 라디오미터의 개발)

  • Son, Hong-Min;Park, Jin-Woo
    • The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science
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    • v.22 no.9
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    • pp.858-867
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    • 2011
  • In this paper, we propose a microwave radiometer for remote sensing of oil spills on the water surface. In order to achieve the development aim of the measurement accuracy within 0.2 mm for oil slicks of 0~4 mm thickness, the requirements of the microwave radiometer and the specifications of its receiver are drawn. From these requirements and specifications, the receiver with high gain, high sensitivity is designed and implemented. The receiver has the bandwidth of 58 MHz, the system gain of 47.3 dB and the sensitivity of 0.46 K at 10.65 GHz. The processes of design and implementation of the receiver are described in this paper. The effectiveness of the proposed microwave radiometer in the measurement of oil slicks is demonstrated experimentally. The results show the microwave radiometer can detect the oil slicks for 0~5 mm thickness within the accuracy of 0.13 mm successfully.