Improved field uniformity in EMC chamber for 6G communication

Eugene Rhee, Junhee Cho


This paper shows electromagnetic field uniformity in an electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) chamber that is used as a test facility for measuring electromagnetic interference and radiated immunity of 6G communication systems. While not defined yet, 6G radio frequency will work in the wavelength ranges above 95 GHz. With this reason, this paper designed a schroeder-type quadratic residue diffuser for 95 GHz to generate a uniform electromagnetic field in the EMC chamber and studied the field uniformity characteristics in it. To analyze the distribution of electromagnetic fields inside the EMC chamber, finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) numerical analysis method is used. The simulation results show that the EMC chamber with this diffuser satisfies the requirements of international standards and has improved the field uniformity in the chamber.


6G; Chamber; Diffuser; Electromagnetic compatibility; FDTD

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Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (IJEECS)
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