Performing tests and measurements can be very time consuming and expensive, especially in a development environment where prototypes will have to be made many times over until EMC requirements are met. Therefore modelling is becoming an increasingly attractive option.
Work in our group is concentrated in a few areas but recently there has been a particular interest in aerospace applications, and material properties. Also we use numerical modelling to design antennas for a range of applications.
The Bilog family of antennas, invented at York, is widely used in EMC labs around the world.
- Antenna Design for Susceptibility to Intentional Electromagnetic Inteference
- High Intensity Radiated Field – Synthetic Environments (HIRF-SE)
- FDTD and TLM Solver Development
- Quantifying Errors and Uncertainties in Computational Electromagnetic Simulation
- Electromagnetic Properties of Non-woven Materials
- A wide-band hybrid antenna for use in reverberation chambers