Sowmya Padukone.G,Uma Devi. H,



Poweranalysis,Optical Biosensor,Waveguide,White Blood cells,Quality Factors,


Human body should resist against infections and also against infection causing organisms that enter our human body. In a human body for every microliter of blood, white blood cells has to range from 4,000 to 11,000 approximately. The main category of white blood cells are Neutrophils, Eosinophils, Basophils, Lymphocytes & Monocytes. In this paper, we are studying the characteristics of these different types of white blood cells & determining their Quality factors as well as transmission power analysis in a suitable Waveguide using Simulation results. The main immunity for the human body is provided by Neutrophils. It becomes very much necessary to know the properties , Information of these wbc’s which is a very important factor. This is determined by using an optical Biosensor.


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