Publication Type:

Conference Paper


Communications and Signal Processing (ICCSP), 2015 International Conference on, IEEE, Melmaruvathur (2015)





Analytical models, communication signals, Communication system, different blade materials, different blade thicknesses, electromagnetic wave interference, Electromagnetic waves, EM waves, Interference effects, lead, mathematical model, Military communication, Optical fiber communication, Radar cross-section (RCS), reflection coefficient, scattering effects, scattering signals, Signal processing, Turbines, wind farms, wind turbine, Wind turbines, XGtd, XGtd software tool


Scattering signals on wind turbine may cause the degradation issues in the communication systems which uses Electromagnetic (EM) waves. In order to understand the scattering and interference effects of wind turbines, the study of signal returns from single or several wind turbines is done by plotting the reflection coefficient for different blade materials and thicknesses using the EM solver viz., the XGtd software tool. This is followed by bistatic RCS analysis with different blade orientations for C and X band frequencies, from which the best and worst case blade orientation are determined.

Cite this Research Publication

S. S and Dr. Shanmugha Sundaram G. A., “Simulation study on modeling the effects of wind turbine on communication signals (C and X bands) using XGtd”, in Communications and Signal Processing (ICCSP), 2015 International Conference on, Melmaruvathur, 2015.