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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 3, March 2020 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Dual Frequency Effective EM Modeling Of Wire Antenna At 53 Mhz And 435

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Jagadish Jadhav, Mahesh Pingle, Sagar More, Shaileja Patil, Pramod Deore



EMI/EMC, Modeling, FDTD, FEM and MoM..



In Today’s world of mobile communication the demand of increasing bandwidth along with deployment of increasing electronics gazettes results in to electromagnetic interference and compatibility issues. The best solution to overcome the possible EMI issues and make the system electromagnetic compatible is to analysis the system performance through Electromagnetic modeling. The analysis and optimization of these EM issues at the design level is only the solution to overcome the issues addressed. The design optimization is carried out with the help EM modeling. The EMI issues within the commercial electronic products, Military and RADAR applications equipment, and medical equipment can be reduced to the considerable level by deploying the EM modeling. This paper highlights on the importance of EM Modeling Techniques along with its different types. The comparison of various parameters like Radiation efficiency, gain and different ground conditioning and dielectric materials is carried out for wire antenna. The EM simulation is carried out by using 4NEC2X Software which is based on Method of Moments, MoM.



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