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2011 XXXth URSI General Assembly and Scientific Symposium
In this work, it is studied the application in hyperthermia of a microwave focusing device based on metamaterials. The device consists of a planar array of split-ring resonators placed between two parallel metallic plates and it is fed by a small loop antenna which excites the split-rings. The device is modelled as an homogeneous uniaxial slab of negative permeability placed between two metallic plates. Both the fields and the temperature distribution in model of breast tissue and a tumor aredoi:10.1109/ursigass.2011.6050641 fatcat:ebmh5ukv25ac5n6y524hcymoiu