Low─Intensive Microwave Signals in Biology and Medicine


  • Oleksiy Yanenko NationalTechnicalUniversity of Ukraine “Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”, Kyiv, Ukraine




Millimeter range signals have been widely used in biology and medicine over the 20-30 years of the last century. At this time in Ukraine have been developed and implemented treatment technologies, the main ones are millimeter therapy (MMT), microwave resonance therapy (MRT), information-wave therapy (IWT). The features of this technologies are the use of signals in the frequency band 40-78 GHz with extremely low signal levels - 10-9-10-11 W / cm2, the parameters are immanent to own communication signals of the human body. The author of the article attempts to conduct a combined analysis of hardware and software of these treatment technologies with mm-band signals. Thus the specialized equipment used for the treatment, technologies and the statistical results of its use for various diseases are considered. The problems of metrological support and measuring the weak signals of the mm range are proposed to solve by creating highly sensitive radiometric systems. The results of measurements of microwave signals of natural objects that can be used for physiotherapy and physical bodies that are in contact with or in human environment are submitted. Promising areas of the using the highly sensitive radiometric measurement equipment for research in biology and medicine are presented.


Low-intensive microwave signal, Mm-band therapy, Metrological support, Radiometricequipment


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