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Antenna Radiation in Typical Office Environment: Theoretical Modeling and Measurements

Abstract : The increasing deployment of wireless communication systems in indoor environment, with different standards, make necessary the research for a new approach allowing the efficient and accurate prediction of their electromagnetic coverage. It becomes essential to predict the behavior of antennas in the presence of various obstacles for planning the communicating devices in the most efficient way. This paper will present an accurate and efficient electromagnetic indoor propagation modeling, based on the FDTD method taking into account the environmental complexity and the dispersive nature of materials. Numerical results are compared with measurement results, other simulation results obtained by using the commercial software HFSS will be compared and discussed.
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Zaher Sayegh, Mohamed Latrach, Fumie Costen, Wafa Abdouni, Ghaïs El Zein, et al.. Antenna Radiation in Typical Office Environment: Theoretical Modeling and Measurements. European Modelisation Simposium, EMS 2012, Nov 2012, La Valette, Malta. pp.433 - 438, ⟨10.1109/EMS.2012.47⟩. ⟨hal-00776320⟩



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