2019 Joint International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility and Asia-Pacific International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Sapporo


Session Number:TuePM1A



A Novel Estimation Technique Using K-Order Models to Evaluate the Maximum Electric Field of Multiple-Antenna Transmitters

Dinh Thanh Le,  Kun Li,  Soichi Watanabe,  Teruo Onishi,  


Publication Date:2016/10/5

Online ISSN:2188-5079


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In this paper, a novel estimation technique using K-order models is proposed for evaluating the maximum electric fields radiated from multiple-antenna transmitters. We first develop the K-order models of electric fields radiated from multiple transmitting antennas, then utilize them for estimations. Fundamental concepts of estimation and detailed electric field formulas will be presented and discussed. Several validations are also illustrated to verify the performance and effectiveness of the proposed technique. For example, in evaluating the maximum electric fields radiated from a two-dipole configuration in an ordinary room, the maximum error caused by conventional estimations can be as high as 8.5%. By applying the proposed technique, it can be reduced to below 0.24% and 0.02% with two- and three-order estimations, respectively.