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Authors
Yorikane, Yasuhiro
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Technology. Engineering
Abstract
We propose to utilize an electromagnetic wave through a human body as biometrics. The electromagnetic wave (intrabody
propagation signal) is generated at a relatively shallow depth in the human body through a pair of electrodes pasted on the human skin. The biological tissue of each individual human being is different from that of others, so that the transfer characteristic of the intra-body propagation signal is also different mutually. By using such a difference, it is expected to authenticate personal identification. In addition, liveness detection can be realized simultaneously using the intra-body propagation signal. It is effective on the detection of spoofing using artificial bodies. In this paper, we examine the individual feature in the intra-body propagation signal based on the spectrum analysis. As a result, the verification rate of 58% is obtained using the similarity of the power spectrum especially in the 30-60 MHz sub-band.
Publisher
IEEE
Content Type
Conference Paper
Link
https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/4430545/
ISSN・ISBN
978-1-4244-1548-9
Journal Title
Biometrics Symposium 2007
Current Journal Title
Biometrics Symposium 2007
Start Page
1
End Page
6
Published Date
2007
DOI
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Citation
Biometrics Symposium 2007. 2007, 1-6
Department
Faculty of Engineering/Graduate School of Engineering
Language
English