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near field

part of an electromagnetic field. See Fresnel zone.
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Chen, "A broadband UHF near field RFID antenna," IEEE Trans.
We have presented the identification and the modeling of the radiation of this component based on the radiated magnetic near field.
is determined to compare the near field reproduced by plane wave sources with the given near field.
There is no unique distance beyond which the far field exists and within which near field considerations apply.
The Near Field Communications (NFC) product for payment and ticketing would be an enhanced version of the already announced Nokia NFC shell for the Nokia 3220 phone.
Thus, in order to measure the antenna pattern of an electrically large aperture indoors, techniques like a compact range, near field scanning and antenna focusing are necessary.
is being awarded a cost-plus-award-fee contract modification to deliver a spacecraft and perform mission integration necessary to collect Near Field Infra-Red Experiment data for the Kinetic Energy Interceptors Program.
and Royal Philips Electronics NV will jointly develop next-generation near field radio frequency communication technology, according to Dow Jones news.
com/research/65lvnf/global_near_field) has announced the addition of the "Global Near Field Communication Chip Market 2011-2015" report to their offering.
This testing system doubles the test accuracy compared to indoor far field and near field test range and supports more antenna types and wider frequency bands.
The influence of quadratic phase-modified item on the near field SAIR is illustrated in Fig.
As is well known, angular glint is a radar target signature in equal importance compared with radar cross section (RCS), and its effects on radar sensor mainly arise at target near field.