A Review on Passive and Integrated Near-Field Microwave Biosensors
AbstractIn this paper we review the advancement of passive and integrated microwave biosensors. The interaction of microwave with biological material is discussed in this paper. Passive microwave biosensors are microwave structures, which are fabricated on a substrate and are used for sensing biological materials. On the other hand, integrated biosensors are microwave structures fabricated in standard semiconductor technology platform (CMOS or BiCMOS). The CMOS or BiCMOS sensor technology offers a more compact sensing approach which has the potential in the future for point of care testing systems. Various applications of the passive and the integrated sensors have been discussed in this review paper. View Full-Text
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Guha, S.; Jamal, F.I.; Wenger, C. A Review on Passive and Integrated Near-Field Microwave Biosensors. Biosensors 2017, 7, 42.
Guha S, Jamal FI, Wenger C. A Review on Passive and Integrated Near-Field Microwave Biosensors. Biosensors. 2017; 7(4):42.Chicago/Turabian Style
Guha, Subhajit; Jamal, Farabi Ibne; Wenger, Christian. 2017. "A Review on Passive and Integrated Near-Field Microwave Biosensors." Biosensors 7, no. 4: 42.
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