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An automated procedure for modeling the radiated emissions of electronic devices is presented in this paper. The principle of the model is to replace the device by a set of electric dipoles defined by their positions, orientations, lengths, and currents. Thus, this modeling procedure aims to determine the number of dipoles and their parameters with a minimum user intervention. The procedure is divided into three parts: the near-field measurements of the tangential components of the magnetic field, an image processing to obtain the number of sources of the model, and the application of an optimization algorithm in order to obtain the different parameters of the model, such as the current and the position of each source.