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Special Issue "EMC Analysis in Wireless Communication"
发布者: 陈晓明 | 2021-01-25

英国诺丁汉大学Gabriele Gradoni教授,意大利马尔凯理工大学Valter Mariani Primiani教授和我在SCI期刊Electronics上组织了一个关于电磁兼容的特刊: Special Issue "EMC Analysis in Wireless Communication"。 欢迎投稿!

 

https://www.mdpi.com/journal/electronics/special_issues/emc_analysis

 

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Testing of wireless devices and systems is becoming increasingly important in the technological development of Long-Term Evolution (LTE) and 5G mobile networks. Both mobile operators and telecommunications vendors are interested in assessing system performance and user-perceived quality in realistic propagation environments, including indoor and outdoor conditions. This area has become a central theme in electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Beside the use of stochastic fields inside a reverberation chamber to carry out emulated over-the-air (OTA) tests, also other physical quantities are of extreme interest, e.g., power delay profile (PDP), Rician K- factor, coherence bandwidth, and time delay spread, among others. OTA tests can be efficiently carried out on wireless devices and on entire base stations by tuning the above parameters accordingly.

In addition, the EMC problems of 5G systems are exacerbated by the presence of complex high-frequency, multifunctional, digital circuits and numerous wireless devices deployed throughout the propagation channel. Not only the EMC tests need to evaluate emission and immunity, but also identify the key sources of EMC failures. Due to the complexity of 5G systems, the analysis and identification of EMC failure sources are particularly intricate and challenging. Therefore, new test solutions and post-processing techniques are needed to address the challenges of 5G EMC tests, also assessing the coexistence constrains with existing fixed and mobile installations.

Prof. Dr. Gabriele Gradoni
Prof. Dr. Valter Mariani Primiani
Prof. Dr. Xiaoming Chen
Guest Editors

 

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Keywords

  • RC theory and characterization
  • emission
  • immunity
  • coexistence
  • channel modelling
  • field statistics
  • wave chaos
  • antennas
  • MIMO/massive MIMO
  • reconfigurable intelligent surfaces
  • software defined radio

Published Papers

This special issue is now open for submission.