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Developing Wearable Antennas For Military Applications By Smail Tedjini, Pierre Lemaitre-Auger, and Tsitoha Andriamiharivolamena, LCIS Laboratory – Grenoble Institute of Technology
Wireless and wearable technologies have been continuously evolving since the beginning of this century. Commonly known as wireless body area networks (WBAN), they have numerous applications in a variety of domains. This article outlines the crucial design considerations for WBANs and describes the development of a WBAN for military applications.
Day one will include in-depth instruction in CADFEKO and POSTFEKO. On days two and three, after basic principles have been introduced, attendees will have time to use FEKO under the guidance of and with assistance from our instructors. Hands on examples using the latest version of FEKO Suite 7.0 will be included along with a demo of Antenna Magus 5.0 and Optenni Lab 3.0.
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