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This work is concerned with the use of shielded loop antennas to measure

permittivity as a low-cost alternative to expensive probe-based systems for biological

tissues and surrogates. Beginning with the

This work is concerned with the use of shielded loop antennas to measure

permittivity as a low-cost alternative to expensive probe-based systems for biological

tissues and surrogates. Beginning with the development of a model for simulation, the

shielded loop was characterized. Following the simulations, the shielded loop was tested

in free space and while holding a cup of water. The results were then compared. Because

the physical measurements and the simulation results did not line up, simulation results

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