His scientific interests lie mostly in Wireless, Dentistry, Base station, Telecommunications and Computer network. His study explores the link between Wireless and topics such as Communication channel that cross with problems in Reverberation and Electrical engineering. His Dentistry study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Orthodontics.
His Base station research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Access network, Quality of service, Power consumption, MIMO and Exposure assessment. Luc Martens has researched Computer network in several fields, including Energy consumption, WiMAX and Efficient energy use. His study in Path loss is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Acoustics and Antenna height considerations.
Luc Martens mainly focuses on Electronic engineering, Wireless, Acoustics, Base station and Computer network. His studies link Electrical engineering with Electronic engineering. His Wireless research includes themes of Access network and Efficient energy use.
Luc Martens has included themes like Radio frequency and Antenna in his Acoustics study. His MIMO research extends to the thematically linked field of Base station. His Computer network study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as WiMAX.
Luc Martens mostly deals with Acoustics, Wireless, Real-time computing, MIMO and Base station. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Antenna aperture, Communication channel, Path loss and Antenna. His Wireless study combines topics in areas such as Broadcasting and Efficient energy use.
While the research belongs to areas of Real-time computing, he spends his time largely on the problem of Multilateration, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Geolocation, Global Positioning System and Map matching. In his research on the topic of MIMO, Finite-difference time-domain method is strongly related with Ray tracing. His Base station study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cellular network and Electronic engineering.
Luc Martens focuses on Wireless, Real-time computing, MIMO, Light-emitting diode and Communication channel. Luc Martens works in the field of Wireless, namely Wireless network. His MIMO study also includes fields such as
The Electronic engineering study combines topics in areas such as Network simulation and Energy consumption. His Communication channel research focuses on subjects like Acoustics, which are linked to Delay spread, Radio channel and Bandwidth. His Efficient energy use research integrates issues from Telecommunications, Ultra high frequency, White spaces, Computer network and Photovoltaic system.
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Review: The physiology of saliva and transfer of drugs into saliva.
Johan K.M. Aps;Luc C. Martens.
Forensic Science International (2005)
Judgement criteria for molar incisor hypomineralisation (MIH) in epidemiologic studies: a summary of the European meeting on MIH held in Athens, 2003.
Karin L Weerheijm;M Duggal;Ingegerd Mejàre;L Papagiannoulis.
European journal of paediatric dentistry : official journal of European Academy of Paediatric Dentistry (2003)
Characterization of On-Body Communication Channel and Energy Efficient Topology Design for Wireless Body Area Networks
E. Reusens;W. Joseph;B. Latre;B. Braem.
international conference of the ieee engineering in medicine and biology society (2009)
The industrial indoor channel: large-scale and temporal fading at 900, 2400, and 5200 MHz
E. Tanghe;W. Joseph;L. Verloock;L. Martens.
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (2008)
Dental agenesis: genetic and clinical perspectives.
P. J. De Coster;L. A. Marks;L. C. Martens;A. Huysseune.
Journal of Oral Pathology & Medicine (2008)
Power consumption in telecommunication networks: overview and reduction strategies
Willem Vereecken;Ward Van Heddeghem;Margot Deruyck;Bart Puype.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2011)
Assessing risk indicators for dental caries in the primary dentition.
Jackie Vanobbergen;Luc Martens;Emmanuel Lesaffre;Kris Bogaerts.
Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology (2001)
Design of an Implantable Slot Dipole Conformal Flexible Antenna for Biomedical Applications
Maria Lucia Scarpello;D. Kurup;H. Rogier;D. Vande Ginste.
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation (2011)
Accurate on wafer measurement of phase and amplitude of the spectral components of incident and scattered voltage waves at the signal ports of a nonlinear microwave device
J. Verspecht;P. Debie;A. Barel;L. Martens.
international microwave symposium (1995)
Variation of the dielectric properties of tissues with age: the effect on the values of SAR in children when exposed to walkie-talkie devices.
A Peyman;C Gabriel;EH Grant;Günter Vermeeren.
Physics in Medicine and Biology (2009)
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