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Special Issue "Non-Contact Sensing"
A special issue of Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 June 2016).
Interests: radio frequency and microwave; wireless localization; non-contact motion sensing; healthcare monitoring; structural monitoring; biomedical radar
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Interests: radio frequency and microwave; circuits and systems; microwave passive circuits; non-contact motion sensing; healthcare monitoring; software-defined radio; radar systems
Interests: radio frequency and microwave; non-contact motion sensing; healthcare monitoring; radar systems; radar signal processing; short-range applications of radars
Remote non-contact sensing of material properties, displacement, vibration, and distance, based on microwave and wireless technologies, has attracted a great deal of interest from both academia and industry in recent years. Many sensing devices and systems have been developed for applications such as indoor tracking, monitoring of vital signs, vehicle navigation, remote control, biomedical material characterization, spectrometry, and structural monitoring. Solutions from bench-top systems to silicon on-chip integration approaches have been widely reported, covering a broad frequency range, from a few MHz to hundreds of GHz and above. While the fast development of non-contact sensing technologies has shown great promise in improving the quality of life of human beings and operation efficiency of industry, there are still technological challenges to be solved and new advancements to enhance the use of limited radio spectrum are needed.
We invite manuscripts for this forthcoming Special Issue in all aspects regarding various non-contact sensing applications. Both reviews and original research articles on system, hardware, or processing algorithms are welcome. Reviews should provide an up-to-date overview for the state-of-the-art technologies, such as non-touch vital sign detection, wireless localization, non-contact material characterization, non-invasive diagnosis, or any other non-contact sensing topics that have experienced significant advancement in the past decade. Original research papers should focus on new approaches, or solve an important problem in remotely measuring physical information or material properties. If you have ideas to discuss before submission, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to receiving your manuscript.
Dr. Changzhi Li
Dr. Roberto Gómez-García
Dr. José-María Muñoz-Ferreras
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- Non-contact sensing
- Wireless localization
- Non-invasive diagnosis
- Radio frequency
- Biomedical applications
- Structural monitoring
- Security monitoring