Using Wireless InSite for Engineered Electromagnetic Surface Modeling
Wireless InSite's engineered electromagnetic Surfaces (EES) capability models passive metasurfaces that are designed to optimize wireless communication coverage by manipulating how signals propagate through an environment.
EES are a class of passive metasurfaces that enhance wireless coverage at microwave and millimeter-wave frequencies via printed conductive patterns on substrates such as plastic or glass. When placed on a wall, window, or other structure, the scattering properties of these printed patterns redirect RF wave propagation in specific directions to augment wireless connectivity.
This short video clip demonstrates Wireless InSite’s EES capability and compares coverage improvement with diffuser and grating EES placements on a glass window or a wall.