Copyright: 2022
Pages: 316
ISBN: 9781630818210

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This book presents a practical and comprehensive guide to game-changing and state-of-the-art wearable antennas and RF electronics and their applications. Written by leading experts, the book details how to weave clothing into functional antennas and sensors to serve as unobtrusive devices for medical monitoring, athletic performance tracking, body-area network communications, and a host of other applications.


You will learn about the latest advances in materials and electronics along with new and unexplored opportunities in functionalizing fabrics for sensing and wireless connectivity; understand materials selection for diverse wearable applications; gain practical insight into the newest class of embroidered e-textiles; and learn how to engineer flexible and wearable sensors.


Wearable Antennas and Electronics covers basic approaches for wearable technology and their applications. You will also get an expert preview of promising future directions and paths for research opportunities. This is a must-have resource for anyone working in the growing industry of wearables and body-area devices, including engineers, researchers, faculty, and graduate students.

Table Of Contents

Introduction; Basic Approaches for Printing and Weaving Wearables; Wearable Electronics with Flexible, Transferable, and Remateable Components; Wearable Antennas; Wearable Sensors; Wearable RF Harvesting; Radiofrequency Finger Augmentation Devices for Tactile Internet; Wearable Imaging Technologies; Wearable Wireless Power Transfer Systems.


  • Asimina Kiourti

    is an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The Ohio State University, where she leads the Wearable and Implantable Technologies group. She received her Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering from the National Technical University of Athens. She is a member of IEEE.

  • John L. Volakis

    is a professor and dean of engineering and computing at Florida International University. He received his Ph.D from The Ohio State University. He is a Fellow of IEEE.