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EME-Net: A U-net-based Indoor EMF Exposure Map Reconstruction Method

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Abstract

In wireless communication systems, in order to respond to the perception of risks related to electromagnetic field exposure and allocate radio resources, the estimation of the received power and exposure map is an essential task and a challenge. This paper proposes an algorithm for estimating electromagnetic field exposure maps using U-net architecture based on convolutional neural networks. The power map estimation is transformed into an image reconstruction task by image color mapping, where every pixel value of the image represents received power intensity. The designed model learns wireless signal propagation characteristics in a realistic indoor environment while considering various positions of the Wi-Fi access points. Results show that indoor propagation phenomena and environment models can be learned from data producing an accurate power map to measure the electromagnetic field.
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hal-03670201 , version 1 (20-05-2022)

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Mohammed Mallik, Sofiane Kharbech, Taghrid Mazloum, Shanshan Wang, Joe Wiart, et al.. EME-Net: A U-net-based Indoor EMF Exposure Map Reconstruction Method. 2022 16th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP), Mar 2022, Madrid, Spain. ⟨hal-03670201⟩
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