Hi Niki. Thank you for the lively reply. My experiment is subject to intellectual property restrictions at the moment, so I cannot give away any details. I am sorry about that.
I am not familiar with radartherapy, but from what I can gather it uses low-intensity microwaves? Is this correct? Do you happen to know what frequency is used, and how close the head is to the source? (If it is within one wavelength, then we are in the "near field", and the effects will be mainly magnetic as opposed to electromagnetic. Electromagnetic waves simply heats the water by dielectric heating; I am specifically looking for magnetic induction heating to preferentially heat the electrically conductive constituents of our biological material. )
Thank you again for the interest.
Well, radartherapy "old school" , if i remember good, works around 28 MHz ... (i'll double check...) anyway, is an irradiative therapy. And you can keep it also at 5cm of distance and heats up pretty fast human tissues...
If you want a real INDUCTION, for the conductive biological material, maybe you should use a Magnetic Induction System... you have to build one.