Measuring the Electromagnetic (EM) Properties
Permeability and Permittivity Measurement of a substance is an essential step in material engineering and technological development. These complex values, together with conductivity and dielectric loss, constitute the Electromagnetic Properties of a Material. Nowadays, with the rapid growth of new forms of communication, IoT and metamaterial development, understanding these material properties is fundamental. The electromagnetic characterization of materials, besides providing information on the electric and magnetic behavior of the substance, additionally, provides insight on many other structural features. The state, structure, temperature, moisture content, and the heterogeneity of materials, as well as the concentration of a solution, can be assessed through the permeability and permittivity measurement of said material. Explore the EpsiMu® technologies and services to find the EM characterization solution that best fits your needs.
Technological Applications of EM Measurements
Enhance performance in Telecommunications and Multimedia development, by understanding the impact of material substrates on antenna performance.
Determine Moisture Content in soils and hydrocarbon compounds by a dielectric characterization of materials or solutions, in a non-destructive manner.
Provide critical data on material degradation, dryness or sedimentation of fast-paced ageing of materials and structures with temperature variations and over time in the construction and aviation industry.