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Simple Electromagnetic Modeling Procedure: From Near-Field Measurements to Commercial Electromagnetic Simulation Tool

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5 Author(s)
Fernández López, P. ; Embedded Electron. Syst. Res. Inst. (IRSEEM), St. Etienne du Rouvray, France ; Arcambal, C. ; Baudry, D. ; Verdeyme, S.
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As the first part of a study that aims to propose tools to take into account some electromagnetic compatibility aspects, we have developed a model to predict the electric and magnetic fields emitted by a device. This model is based on a set of equivalent sources (electric and magnetic dipoles) obtained from the cartographies of the tangential components of electric and magnetic near fields. One of its features is to be suitable for a commercial electromagnetic simulation tool based on a finite element method. This paper presents the process of modeling and the measurement and calibration procedure to obtain electromagnetic fields necessary for the model; the validation and the integration of the model into a commercial electromagnetic simulator are then performed on a Wilkinson power divider.

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Instrumentation and Measurement, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:59 ,  Issue: 12 )

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Dec. 2010

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