DC05 - Modelling and simulating a semi-reverberant environment from anechoic chamber by adding reflectors (WP5)
Prof. Joskiewicz (PWR)
Dr. Vogt (UT), mentor: Krzysztof Sieczkarek (PIT)
Define parameters and location reflectors and absorbers in order to create propagation environment with characteristics as found in real semi-enclosed environments via simulation and measurements (decay time, insertion loss). It will be realized by adding absorbers and reflectors for anechoic chamber as well as locating mobile RC (also partially lined by absorbers) in SAC. Some parameters of propagation environments (e,g. PDP, decay time, insertion loss) will be simulated and measured. From this research a validated model for semi-reverberant environments based on anechoic chambers as well relevant measurement techniques shall be developed.
Validated models and techniques to evaluate large system emission in-situ.
DC05 trained in large system EMC
2M@PIT (Sieczkarek): Apply the theoretical and experimental techniques for semi-enclosed environments on an actual aircraft fuselage (M26)
2M@TU/e (Serra): Experiment with moving wall concepts, write a joint paper (M28)