Aperture Modeling Using a Hybrid Method for RFI Analysis

Liehui Ren
Zhenwei Yu
Gang Feng
Francesco de Paulis
Yaojiang Zhang, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Jun Fan, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Xiaopeng Dong
Jason A. Mix
Daniel Hua
Kevin P. Slattery

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A hybrid method is proposed for radio frequency interference (RFI) prediction of a metal enclosure with an aperture on the top wall. The structure is divided into several segments. While the fields in rectangular segments are described by cavity model, the segments with apertures are modeled by the commercial finite element solver (HFSS). Tangential field continuities along the common boundaries of different segments are enforced by the voltages and currents of boundary ports. Good agreement has been achieved between the hybrid method and full wave simulation.