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Research & Publication History

Nokia Paper
Mohamed Sanad, "Comments on “Wide-Band E-Shaped Patch Antennas for wireless communications", IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ANTENNAS AND PROPAGATION, VOL. 51, NO. 9, SEPTEMBER 2003.
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Biomedical

THE IINNTENNA in Healthcare

When it comes to treating patients and developing medical expertise for worldwide application, there is a need for tremendous insight. We elevate great minds, support advanced thinking, and plan for the future. The IINNTENNA is a product that can make a significant impact for our patients and communities around the world.

The goal of the IINNTENNA is to meaningfully increase world connectivity and functional application with patent-protected next-generation antenna technology. Healthcare applications, EMR systems, brain cancer detection and treatments, telehealth medicine, and robotic surgery is just a glimpse of the innovative use of the IINNTENNA.

Cancer Detection

The battle with cancer does not begin with its treatment, but rather with its detection. Cancer often goes entirely unnoticed for long periods of its existence and is later diagnosed when it has already reached a critical stage. Distinguishing abnormal cells from normal cells within the human body has proven to be a difficult task and is usually left until more serious issues arise, suggesting that there may be some underlying illness to address. Even then, it requires lengthy processes, protocols, and multiple imaging tests to determine the cause before any treatment can begin. CT scans produce an enormous amount of radiation directed at the patient, MRIs do not accurately image certain cancers, and many patients prove to be intolerant to the contrast injection required for clearer imaging.

The IINNTENNA opens the gates to a new era for cancer detection. It is our long term goal to build a new cancer detection device that a person can simply walk through and learn if there are any abnormal cells growing within them. Our technology has already been tested in detecting some cancers at a higher accuracy than other imaging devices and does not require the contrast or high radiation exposure that traditional methods do. With efforts in innovation and R&D, we hope to catch cancer at its first abnormally divided cell. One day, patients could learn if they have cancer at a routine checkup by simply walking through a doctor’s office doorway.

Cancer Treatment

The IINNTENNA has been implemented in a form of cancer treatment known dually as hyperthermia therapy and/or thermal therapy. In this process, a tumor is heated to high temperatures for 30-60 minutes, damaging the cancer cells while leaving the surrounding healthy tissue unharmed. With continued application of the IINNTENNA in versions of this treatment, we hope to develop a sustainable and mainstream form of breast and brain cancer treatment that will help thousands of patients suffering around the world.

The current treatment protocols, including radiation therapy and chemotherapy, often cure the patient of the cancer at the cost of some other aspect of their health. The results include debilitating side effects and an immense toll on the patient’s overall health and quality of life. Alternatively, patients often cannot make it through grueling rounds of chemotherapy, and end up losing to a bacterial infection or other illness that they contracted while being immunocompromised undergoing a chemo cycle. We are committed to finding the answers cancer communities around the world have long been awaiting and are hopeful that this revolutionary advancement in technology will be the key to ending some, if not all, of the brain and breast cancers we see claiming lives today.

Noha Hassan, Sulafa Yacoob ,"FDTD analysis of a noninvasive hyperthermia system for brain tumors", BioMedical Engineering OnLine, 2012.
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Decreasing RF Emissions

Decreasing RF Emissions

At IINNTENNA, we are passionate about solving issues at their roots. We understand that with all the good that wireless communications and RF technology bring us, there is a risk posed by the emissions each device and cell tower produces. There is strong scientific evidence and ongoing research suggesting that many cancers are linked to mobile phone radiation, as well as other devices that output the same kinds of radiation.

We are working closely with our parent company Insight, a healthcare facility, to ensure these concerning findings are considered and addressed with every step forward in technology. One of our main research segments is working to confirm that our technology does decrease harmful emissions from host devices, decreasing daily exposure to dangerous RF radiation. Although we continue research to detect and treat various types of cancers, we are working just as hard to tackle the growing cancer epidemic by eliminating as many causes as possible. With groundbreaking technology and collaboration, together we can advance the human race through the prevention, detection, and treatment of cancer and other radioactively borne illnesses.

Mobile Handset Research & Publication History
  1. M.Sanad And Noha Hassan, “A Single Port Orthogonally Polarized Antenna for Handsets, IoT Terminals and Vehicles”, 14 th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation “EuCAP 2020”,
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  2. AM.Sanad And Noha Hassan, "Orthogonally Polarized MIMO LTE/5G Terminal Antennas for Handsets and IoT Applications", IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium (RWS2019), Orlando, FL, USA, January 2019
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  3. M.Sanad And Noha Hassan, "12×12 MIMO Terminal Antennas Covering the Whole LTE and WiFi Spectrum" , International Journal of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Vol:12,No:1, PP.89-95, 2018
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  4. Mohamed Sanad, "Novel Wideband MIMO Antennas That Can Cover the Whole LTE Spectrum in Handsets and Portable Computers", The 30th National Radio Science Conference, Cairo, April, 2013.
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  5. Mohamed Sanad and Noha Hassan, "Low-Interference Dual Resonant Antenna Configurations for Multistandard Multifunction Handsets and Portable Computers", International Journal of Antennas and Propagation, March 2012.
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  6. Mohamed Sanad and Noha Hassan, "A Resonant Handset Antenna that can Cover All Bands of UHF Mobile TV, GSM and CDMA without Using Matching Circuits", IEEE APS symposium, Toronto, July 2010.
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  7. Mohamed Sanad and Noha Hassan, "A Novel Dual Resonant Antenna Configuration for Mobile Laptop, Notebook and Palmtop Computers ", IEEE APS symposium, Toronto, July 2010.
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  8. Mohamed Sanad and Noha Hassan, “A Dual Antenna Configuration for Multi-Standard Multifunction Handsets and Portable Computers ", European Microwave Week EuMW2010, Paris, September 2010. (download PDF)
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  9. Mohamed Sanad and Noha Hassan, “Orthogonally Polarized MIMO Antennas for all Bands of Portable Computers including Digital TV ", Loughborough Antennas & Propagation Conference LAPC 2010, Loughborough, UK , November 2010.
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  10. Mohamed Sanad  and Noha Hassan, “A Novel 470-960 MHz Resonant Antenna: Covering all Bands of UHF Mobile TV and CDMA/GSM without any Tuning Circuits ", Micrwave Journal, Vol 53, No. 11, pp. 56-72 , November 2010.
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Base Station Research & Publication History
  1. M. Sanad and N. Hassan, “A 5G Sub-6GHz Switched-beam Smart Base Station Antenna with an Arbitrary Remote Electric Tilt for Each Beam”, Microwave Journal, Online Spotlight article, Nov 2020.
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  2. A M.Sanad and N.Hassan, “Covering a Set of Remotely Controlled Sectors of Arbitrary Shapes by a Multi-Beam Antenna with an Arbitrary Number of Ports”, 5G Antenna Systems Virtual Conference, Texas USA, August 2020.
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  3. M.Sanad and Noha Hassan, "A Sub-6 GHz Multi-Beam Base Station Antenna for 5G with an Arbitrary Beam-Tilting for Each Beam",2019 IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium (RWS2019), Orlando, FL, USA, January 2019
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  4. M.Sanad and Noha Hassan, "A Sub-6GHz 5G Switched-Beam Smart Base Station Antenna Using Dual Parabolic Cylindrical Reflectors with Multiple Feeds",2019 IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium (RWS2019), Orlando, FL, USA, January 2019″
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  5. M.Sanad and Noha Hassan, "A low wind-load lightweight foldable/deployable multi-beam base station antenna for the whole LTE spectrum", Wireless Days (WD) Conference, Dubai, April
    2018
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  6. M.Sanad and Noha Hassan, "A Multible Beam LTE Base Station Antenna with Simultaneous Vertical and Horizontal Sectorization", International Journal of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Vol:12, No:1, PP.82-88, 2018
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  7. Mohamed Sanad and Noha Hassan, "A Novel Foldable/Deployable Base Station Antenna for All Generations of Wireless Applications including the Whole LTE Spectrum", Transaction on IoT and Cloud Computing, 2013.
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  8. Mohamed Sanad and N. Hassan, "A Lightweight Broadband Dual Polarized Base Station Antenna for All Bands of UHF DVB-H Mobile TV, CDMA and GSM ", IEEE APS symposium, Toronto, July 2010.
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  9. Mohamed Sanad and Noha Hassan, “A Low Wind Load Lightweight Foldable / Deployable Base Station Antenna for Mobile TV, CDMA and GSM ", 10th Mediterranean Microwave Symposium MMS'2010, Northern Cyprus, August 2010.
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  10. Mohamed Sanad and Noha Hassan, “A Low Wind Load Lightweight Dual Cylindrical Reflector Antenna with a Novel Feed for Direct Broadcast Satellite TV Reception ", Loughborough Antennas & Propagation Conference LAPC 2010, Loughborough, UK, November 2010.
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Patents
  1. Broadband Antenna Configurations for Multi-standard Multifunction Handsets and Portable Computers. 
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  2. Small Double C-patch Antenna Contained In Standard PC Card.
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  3. Ultra-wideband Monopole Large-current Radiator.
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  4. Broadband Antenna Configurations For Multi-standard Multifunction Handsets And Portable Computers. 
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  5. A Low Wind Load Lightweight Foldable / Deployable Base Station Antenna for Mobile TV, WiMAX, CDMA and GSM. 
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  6. Wideband Double C-patch Antenna Including Gap-coupled Parasitic Elements. 
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  7. Wideband, Stacked Double C-patch Antenna Having Gap-coupled Parasitic Elements. 
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  8. Compact Dual Narrow Band Microstrip Antenna. 
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  9. Compact Planar Inverted F Antenna.
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  10. Planar and Non-planar Double C-patch Antennas Having Different Aperture Shapes. 
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  11. Ring Microstrip Antenna Array. 
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  12. A Small, Double Ring Microstrip Antenna.
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  13. Compact Microstrip Antenna for GPS Applications. 
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  14. Partly Shorted Microstrip Antenna. 
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  15. Double Ring Microstrip Antennas. 
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  16. Partially Shorted Double Ring Microstrip Antenna Having a Microstrip Feed.
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  17. Compact Broadband High Efficiency Microstrip Antenna for Wireless Modems. 
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  18. An Internal Wide-band Antenna for Wireless Communication Equipment. 
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  19. A Multi-beam Bsa With Horizontal and Vertical Sectorizations.
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