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MWNanoWearIoT

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 bodycentric communications and the Internet of Things -MWNanoWearIoT (MIS 5048187).
The goals 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 to everyday clothing for IoT applications and Body-centric communications. Very promising advanced materials such as graphene, conductive fabrics, and conductive nano-inks 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.

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Deliverables
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.”