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Impacts of Human Body on Antenna Radiation in Indoor Environments : Numerical Modeling and Experimental Validation

Abstract : The presence of human body has an important influence on the wireless communication systems in indoor environments. The need of efficient prediction for such coverage becomes essential. This paper present an efficient electromagnetic indoor propagation modeling, taking into account the presence of human body and the nature of materials of the complex environment, based on the Finite-Difference Time-Domain method. Numerical results are compared with measurement results and show a good agreement.
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Zaher Sayegh, Mohamed Latrach, Fumie Costen, Ghaïs El Zein, Gheorghe Zaharia. Impacts of Human Body on Antenna Radiation in Indoor Environments : Numerical Modeling and Experimental Validation. International Symposium on Signals, Circuits and Systems, Jul 2013, Iasi, Romania. pp.1-4. ⟨hal-00873928⟩

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