TelEMA Lab is funded through the Operational Program “Human Resources Development Education and Lifelong Learning 2014-2020” in the context of the project “Smart microwave nanomaterial structures with applications in body-centric communications and the Internet of Things – MWNanoWearIoT (MIS 5048187).
The goal is to apply state-of-the-art design, simulation, fabrication, and measurement processes in order to develop wearable microwave structures that can be easily embedded into everyday clothing for IoT applications and Body-centric communications. Very promising advanced materials such as graphene, conductive fabrics, and conductive nano-inks were tested by implementing several prototypes. The simulated and measured results showed very promising performance and the developed prototypes can be used to body-centric communications and IoT applications.
1. T. N. Kapetanakis, C.D. Nikolopoulos, C. Petridis, and I.O. Vardiambasis “Wearable Textile Antenna with a Graphene-sheet or Conductive-fabric Patch for the 2.45 GHz band” Electronics, 2021 ( https://doi.org/10.3390/electronics10212571).
2. T.N. Kapetanakis, C.D. Nikolopoulos, C. Petridis, and I.O. Vardiambasis, “Integrated in Clothes Graphene Antenna with Low SAR for Wearable Body-Centric Communications” Int. J. Circuits Syst. Signal Process., 2021
3. T. N. Kapetanakis, C.D. Nikolopoulos, C. Petridis, and I.O. Vardiambasis “Wearable Antenna Design for Body-Centric communications”, 2nd International Symposium in Electronic Engineering, Information Technology & Education, (EEITE 2020), Chania, Crete, Greece, 12-14 October 2020
“This research is carried out / funded in the context of the project “Smart Microwave Structures with Application in Body-Centric Communications and IoT” (MIS 5048187) under the call for proposals “Support for researchers with emphasis on young researchers – cycle B” (ΕΔΒΜ 103). The project is co-financed by Greece and the European Union (European Social Fund- ESF) by the Operational Programme Human Resources Development, Education and Lifelong Learning 2014-2020.”