Antennas and electromagnetic simulators for demanding wireless applications in complex environments

author: Vladimir V. Petrović, School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade
published: June 14, 2010,   recorded: May 2010,   views: 6343


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Antennas for wireless sensor applications need to be extremely versatile: small, adaptive, low-cost, mobile, “smart”. Efficient and versatile software tools for antenna analysis and simulation are presented. Modeling approaches for electromagnetic radiation in layered structures or in biological tissues are introduced with practical realizations of adequate antennas. Some antenna applications in wireless sensor networks (WSN) on/in a human or animal body are also addressed.

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