Radiofrequency inductive probe for non-contact dielectric characterisations of organic medium

Radiofrequency inductive probe for non-contact dielectric characterisations of organic medium

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A high sensitivity radiofrequency (RF) probe dedicated to contactless dielectric characterisations is presented. A method for the impedance measurement of a distant RF resonator is first proposed. The method is evaluated as a function of the measurement distance starting from experiments. The obtained results enable assessment of the accuracy of the method and optimisation of its implementation.


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