U.S. Department of Justice

Compact, Low-Cost Body Cavity Screening Device

Publication year: 2013 | Cataloged on: Jul. 25, 2013

Library ID

  • 027213

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  • 2013
  • 54 pages
ANNOTATION: “Electric field tomography (EFT) was investigated as a method for developing a low-cost, non-invasive body cavity screening device” (p. 2). Such a tool will make it easier for correctional agencies to perform cavity searches in a more effective manner. This report describes the successful development of a multi-frequency EFT laboratory prototype system. Sections following an abstract include: executive summary; survey of correctional facilities—contraband items in the corrections environment, the smallest object to be detected, and operational requirements; feasibility study; image reconstruction; multi-frequency image decomposition; prototype development and experimental images; and design of transceiver node system. Fabrication, validation, and a final test of the prototype on human subjects are underway.
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