Journal of Microwave Engineering and Technologies

ISSN: 2349-9001

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Special Issue

Using microwave sensor transmission for detecting adulteration in lubricants

Abstract Submission Deadline : November 30, 2023

Manuscript Submission Deadline : December 25, 2023

Special Issue Description

Information is transmitted using microwave waves, which have wavelengths in the microwave region (1 m to 1 mm) of the electromagnetic spectrum. Since microwave signals are often line-of-sight only, a network of repeaters called a microwave relay is necessary for long-distance transmission using these signals. A narrow microwave beam is employed in the technology of microwave radio relay to convey data between two terrestrial sites. A microwave transmitter and directional antenna send a narrow beam of microwaves carrying numerous channels of information on a line-of-sight path to a second relay station, where it is received by a directional antenna and receiver, creating a fixed radio connection between the two places. Due to their short wavelength and ability to focus on narrow beams that can be targeted directly at the receiving antenna, microwaves are frequently utilized for point-to-point communications. As opposed to lower frequency radio waves, which interfere with one another, this enables neighboring microwave equipment to operate on the same frequencies. By reusing frequencies, radio spectrum bandwidth is preserved. The proper operation of autos depends on the engine oils and gasoline being pure. The purity and adulteration of engine oil and fuels are detected in automobiles using an asymmetric coplanar strip fed stepped impedance resonator (SIR) coupled single split ring resonator (SSRR) sensor. Intentional adulteration, aging, or inadequate packaging are all possible sources of edible oil contamination. Contaminated oil is harmful to human health and can cause several diseases. Dielectric spectroscopy with microwave sensors has been widely utilized to detect adulteration in culinary oils. liquid characterization with cavity resonator-based sensors.


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