Modelling of Conductive Textile Materials for Shielding Purposes and RFID Textile Antennas
Keywords:Analytical models, antennas, measurement standards, textiles
AbstractPresent production of electronic devices requires gently handling with raw materials, whereas production costs and demands on environmental friendliness increase. This lack largely solves modern conductive textile materials that can be used as a barrier against electromagnetic and electrostatic fields as well as functional electrically conductive structures for use in the manufacture of textile antennas. The basic parameter of these materials is electrical conductivity, which is determined by resistance measurement of the fabric. Production therefore precedes measurement. This paper focuses on optimization of consumption of raw materials by the method of modelling of conductive textile structures so that electrical conductivity can be calculated preferentially to the fabric production. Model focuses on the calculation of resistance of the fabric to derive the electrical conductivity according to the methods specified in the standard EN 1149-1.
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