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Modelling interference phenomena between cosite radiocommunication equipments to evaluate systems performance degradation

Abstract : Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) is part of Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) handling all issues of non-intentional interference between transmitters and receivers. In this document, various models and methods are described in order to carry out EMI simulations and evaluate the performance degradation of cosite equipments of a system. A next step will consist in validating the developed EMI simulation tool. The chosen study case is the 2.4 GHz ISM band Bluetooth/WiFi interaction. We have carried out BER measurements which results, summarized at the end of the paper, will be used for the planned validation work.
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Evlin Yalcin, Christophe Girard, Matthieu Cabellic, Marc Hélier, Georges Alquié, et al.. Modelling interference phenomena between cosite radiocommunication equipments to evaluate systems performance degradation. International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), Aug 2008, Detroit, United States. pp.1-6. ⟨hal-00597476⟩

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