Hervé Aubert

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The wireless measurement of various physical quantities from the analysis of the RADAR Cross Sections variability of passive electromagnetic sensors is presented. A millimetre-wave Frequency-Modulated Continuous-Wave RADAR is used for both remote sensing and wireless identification of sensors. Long reading ranges (up to some decameters) may be reached at(More)
  • A Traille, M M Tentzeris, Georgia Tech, S Bouaziz, P Pons, H Aubert
  • 2011
—An RCS temperature sensor using microfluidics technology for millimeter-wave frequencies is presented An example using a shorting dipole array shows the potential for the development of a temperature sensitive liquid scatterer as a low cost solution for environmentally friendly, automated, easily deployable temperature monitoring. I. INTRODUCTION A new(More)
  • M M Jatlaoui, F Chebila, P P O N S, H Aubert
  • 2011
The development of a new passive wireless pressure sensor, based on an electromagnetic trans-duction approach, is reported. The sensing element is a flexible high resistivity silicon membrane located above a coplanar quarter-wavelength resonator. The comprehensive coverage of the physical bases is beyond the scope of this paper. For the remote extraction of(More)
—The concept of Scale-Changing Network is reported for the electromagnetic modeling of complex planar structures composed of a collection of metallic patterns printed on a dielectric surface and whose size covers a large range of scale. Examples of such multi-scale structures are provided by multi-band frequency-selective surfaces, finite-size arrays of(More)
  • M Alexandru, T Monteil, P Lorenz, F Coccetti, H Aubert
  • 2011
— This paper deals with the electromagnetic mod-eling of large and complex electrical structures by means of extensive parallel modeling based on grid computing (GC). The numerical modeling is based on a hybrid approach which combines Transmission Line Matrix (TLM) and the mode matching methods. The former is applied to homogeneous volumes while the latter(More)
Nowadays, scientists are interested in using computer grids to run their specific domain applications. Nevertheless the difficulty for non expert in computer science to run those applications on a high number of nodes discourages them. This paper deals with the deployment and the management of an electromagnetic simulator on a computer grid, by using the(More)
—The scattering analysis from metallic Grid FSS consisting of rectangular perforations on a thick metallic screen illuminated by an oblique incident plane wave is presented. The grid structure is analyzed using Scale Changing Technique (SCT) which is based on the partition of the grid-plane into planar sub-domains defined at various scale-levels.(More)