Special Issue "Advances in Electromagnetic Interference and Protection"

A special issue of Electronics (ISSN 2079-9292). This special issue belongs to the section "Microwave and Wireless Communications".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 May 2023 | Viewed by 1447

Special Issue Editors

Prof. Dr. Yongjun Xie
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Guest Editor
School of Electronic and Information Engineering, Beihang University, Beijing 100191, China
Interests: computational electromagnetics; electromagnetic theory; microwave technology; antenna theory; microwave components; terahertz technology; mobile telecommunication
Prof. Dr. Fayu Wan
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Guest Editor
School of Electronics and Information Engineering, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, Nanjing 210044, China
Interests: electromagnetic compatibility; integrated circuit electromagnetic interference; electrostatic discharge; microwave circuit; negative group delay circuit
Prof. Dr. Rui Yang
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Guest Editor
School of Electronic Engineering, Xidian University, Xi’an 710071, China
Interests: microwave circuit and antenna; electromagnetic compatibility; metamaterials/metasurfaces

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

The topic of this Special Issue is “Advances in Electromagnetic Interference and Protection”.

Due to the increasingly complex electromagnetic environment, electromagnetic interference significantly affects electronic behavior and effectiveness. Complex environments are prominent in aerospace, communication systems, and so on. These conditions lead to the degeneration of the entire system’s performance in many circumstances. In order to improve not only the performance but also overcome such problems, electromagnetic protection is regarded as one of the most important ways. From the aspect of electronic countermeasures, system design, device analysis, accurately electromagnetic interference analysis, and correspondence protection design have become a frontier science.

However, challenges still need to be addressed to accelerate the development of these emerging applications. This Special Issue aims to report on new scenarios, technologies, and applications related to the concept of Advances in Electromagnetic Interference and Protection, discuss challenges and risks, study the mechanization, and investigate the protection improvement method.

Keywords:

  1. Electromagnetic Interference characteristics analysis, modeling, and simulation;
  2. Multiphysics modeling in Electromagnetic Interference analysis and protection simulation;
  3. Clutter characteristics analysis, modeling, and simulation;
  4. Computational Method for complex Electromagnetic Environment;
  5. Anti-Interference devices, systems, and techniques;
  6. Linear and nonlinear properties of antenna and microwave components;
  7. Electromagnetic interference of 5G communication system;
  8. Interference characteristics analysis and protection in metamaterial/metasurface applications;
  9. Interference characteristics analysis and protection in functional materials;
  10. Electromagnetic radiation mechanism of Integrated circuit;
  11. Electronic countermeasures investigation in complex environments;
  12. Complex electromagnetic environment perception, interference reconnaissance, and pattern recognition technology;
  13. Radar detection performance prediction, methods, clutter suppression in complex environments;
  14. Radar interference suppression and interference identification;
  15. Anti-Interference waveform design, signal, and information processing methods.

Prof. Dr. Yongjun Xie
Prof. Dr. Fayu Wan
Prof. Dr. Rui Yang
Guest Editors

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Keywords

  • electromagnetic interference characteristics analysis, modeling, and simulation
  • multiphysics modeling in electromagnetic interference analysis and protection simulation
  • clutter characteristics analysis, modeling, and simulation
  • computational method for complex electromagnetic environment
  • anti-interference devices, systems, and techniques
  • linear and nonlinear properties of antenna and microwave components
  • electromagnetic interference of 5g communication system
  • interference characteristics analysis and protection in metamaterial/metasurface applications
  • interference characteristics analysis and protection in functional materials
  • electromagnetic radiation mechanism of integrated circuit
  • electronic countermeasures investigation in complex environments
  • complex electromagnetic environment perception, interference reconnaissance, and pattern recognition technology
  • radar detection performance prediction, methods, clutter suppression in complex environments
  • radar interference suppression and interference identification
  • anti-interference waveform design, signal, and information processing methods

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Simulation of Active Echo Cancellation Effects Using the ARCS Concept
Electronics 2022, 11(23), 3891; https://doi.org/10.3390/electronics11233891 - 24 Nov 2022
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Active echo cancellation is an efficient method for reducing the target detected probability. The radar cross section (RCS) of the target detected by radar after using the active echo cancellation method is defined as the active radar cross section (ARCS). The ARCS concept, [...] Read more.
Active echo cancellation is an efficient method for reducing the target detected probability. The radar cross section (RCS) of the target detected by radar after using the active echo cancellation method is defined as the active radar cross section (ARCS). The ARCS concept, which may be used to evaluate reflection of the target under the effect of multiple antennas, is employed to design and achieve echo cancellation. In this paper, numerical simulation for active echo cancellation using antennas is designed. The direction of the radiation source is obtained by means of dual antenna angle measurement. Active echo cancellation is implemented by adjusting the radiation power and phase of the echo cancellation antenna. By using the proposed dual antenna structure, ARCS in the direction of the object facing the radiation source and its vicinity is significantly reduced. In addition, the effect of antenna position on reflection cancellation is discussed. From these simulation results, we conclude that the proposed method is efficient in reducing the target scattering intensity. Such investigation can be extensively applied into designing active echo cancellation strategies. Full article
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Design of Ultra High Aperture Efficiency Surface Wave Antenna Array Based on the Three-Dimensional Aperture Principle
Electronics 2022, 11(21), 3515; https://doi.org/10.3390/electronics11213515 - 28 Oct 2022
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To overcome the conflict between limited space and the requirement for high gain antennas, a novel high aperture efficiency antenna array consisting of surface wave end-fire antennas is proposed based on the three-dimensional aperture principle. By introducing longitudinal dimension into the calculation of [...] Read more.
To overcome the conflict between limited space and the requirement for high gain antennas, a novel high aperture efficiency antenna array consisting of surface wave end-fire antennas is proposed based on the three-dimensional aperture principle. By introducing longitudinal dimension into the calculation of the regular aperture antenna gain, the two-dimensional aperture principle is expanded into the three-dimensional aperture principle. Meanwhile, the directivity and gain of the array could increase without increasing the aperture area. The aperture efficiency of the array could be more than 100% in this situation. The gain of the surface wave end-fire element antenna is 9.5 dBi. The proposed 3 × 3 square antenna array with the size of 1.5λ × 1.5λ × 2.24λ obtains a gain of 15.3 dBi and its aperture efficiency reaches 120%. Full article
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