The following article investigates fundamental characteristics of the loop antennas commonly used for electromagnetic field measurements.
[B108] F. Broydé, E. Clavelier, "Contribution to the Theory of Planar Wire Loop Antennas Used for Reception", IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, vol. 68, No. 3, pp. 1953-1961, Mar. 2020.
The two following papers investigate the fields produced by wireless power transmission systems.
[B100] F. Broydé, E. Clavelier, L. Broydé, "The European Legislation Applicable to Medium-Range Inductive Wireless Power Transmission Systems", Advances in Electronics, vol. 2014, Article ID 820398, 10 pages, doi:10.1155/2014/820398, July 2014.
[B93] F. Broydé, E. Clavelier, "The Emission Level of Medium-Range Inductive Wireless Power Transmission Systems", Proc. of the CEM 2012 Int. Symp. on Electromagnetic Compatibility (16ème colloque international sur la compatibilité électromagnétique - CEM 2012), Rouen, France, April 2012, session 1B.
The assessment of electromagnetic fields close to portable transmitters is also a topical issue, considering the proliferation of these devices. We provide here some models for such assessments. The two following papers provide analytical models.
[B76] F. Broydé, E. Clavelier : "Maximum electric and magnetic field strengths at a given distance from some ideal antennas", IEEE Antennas & Propagation Magazine, Vol. 50, No. 4, August 2008, pp. 66-71.
[B72] G. Broydé, E. Clavelier, "Models and protection distances for today's radiocommunication handsets", Proc. of the CEM 08 Int. Symp. on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Paris, May 2008, session B6.
The following paper studies the maximum fields close to a half-wave dipole antenna:
[B49] F. Broydé, E. Clavelier, "Modèles pour le champ proche d'un émetteur portable", actes du 11ème Colloque international de compatibilité électromagnétique, Grenoble, 12 au 14 mars 2002, communication A1-3, pp. 23-28.
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