This year, Anton Menshov, CEMWorks R&D Engineer, is going to present a paper “Rigorous Numerical Electromagnetic Compatibility Modeling of Connected Vehicles with Deployed Frequency Selective Surfaces” at the 2019 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Signal & Power Integrity (EMC+SIPI 2019). The conference will take place in New Orleans, Louisiana, July 22–26, 2019.
The paper is focused on the numerical results obtained by CEMWorks’ Wave3D solver for the electromagnetic simulation of the vehicle with deployed frequency selective surfaces. This large-scale simulation is performed using rigorous numerical techniques that take into account the curvature and finite size of the frequency selective surfaces.
The increasing number of wireless subsystems inside smart vehicles and emerging 5G technologies demand efficient and accurate simulation tools. For connected vehicles, accurate full-wave simulation of electrically large structures with deployed frequency selective surfaces (FSS) poses a significant computational challenge. In this paper, we simulate an entire vehicle with FSSs deployed on windows blocking the propagation of a 1.9GHz signal using the Wave3D solver. The proposed full- wave simulation approach takes into account the finite size of FSS, as well as the window curvature.A. Menshov, F. Sheikh Hosseini Lori, and J. Aronsson, “Rigorous Numerical Electromagnetic Compatibility Modeling of Connected Vehicles with Deployed Frequency Selective Surfaces,” in 2019 IEEE Int. Symp. Electromagn. Compatibility, New Orleans, LA, Jul. 2019.
The research was supported by a Phase 1 (Proof of Concept) grant from the Government of Canada’s Innovative Solutions Canada program in response to the Connected Vehicle and Engineered Surface Challenge issued by Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada.