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3D Body Measurements Using Active Millimeter Wave Technology
M.F. KARIM, B. LUO, A.R. LEYMAN, I.R. KHAN, K.H. SEAH, L.C. ONG
Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R), Singapore
This paper presents the development of a millimeter wave system to conduct 3D body measurements of a person without the need for him to remove his clothes. This method uses the commercial vector network analyser to transmit and receive a wideband signal centred at 35GHz. The millimeter wave signal illuminates the target, penetrates the clothing and reflects off the surface of the body. The frequency- and time-domain information are analysed and processed to obtain the 3D image.
3D body scanning, millimeter wave, imaging
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