Dr. Ir Marc PIETTE

Full Professor     +32-2-44-14163     Academic details

Research projects


Performance d’antennes.


The main objective is to assess the influence of electromagnetic radiations on the functioning of Explosive Ordnance Disposal included electrically initiated detonators.


This study aims at comparing Electromagnetic Compatibility Tests in anechoic chambers and in reverberating chambers, in conformity with norms CEI 61000-4-21 and CEI 61000-4-3.


  1. Richard Thai-Singama, Frederic Du-Burck, and Marc Piette. Demonstration of low-cost architectures for UWB pulse generation. In Eighth International Conference on Wireless and Optical Communications Networks, pages 1-5. IEEE, May 2011.
  2. M. Piette and C. Tsigros. IEC 61000-4-21 testing : Selective source-mode tuning with two orthogonal antennas scanning system. In International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, pages 1-6. IEEE, September 2008.
  3. M. Piette. Complete space - time validation of a single mode stirrer reverberation chamber for immunity testing. In 4th Asia-Pacific Conference on Environmental Electromagnetics, pages 449-449. IEEE, August 2006.
  4. Marc Piette. Anisotropy & polarization analysis in a cubic mode-stirred chamber. In 4th Asia-Pacific Conference on Environmental Electromagnetics, pages 448-448. IEEE, August 2006.
  5. M. Piette. Antenna radiation efficiency measurements in a reverberation chamber. In Asia-Pacific Radio Science Conference, pages 19-22. IEEE, 2004.
  6. M. Piette. Ultra-wideband duplexers for low and high peak power applications. In Ultra- Wideband Short-Pulse Electromagnetics 4, pages 187-193. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 1998.
  7. M. Piette. High frequency effect of the junction between cone tip, coaxial feeder and ground plane on the input impedance of a long monocone antenna on ground plane. In Ninth International Conference on Antennas and Propagation, volume 1995, pages v1-465-v1-465. IEE, 1995.
  8. Marc Piette. Banc de mesure en régime transitoire de la signature radar d'objets tridimensionnels. PhD thesis, Université catholique de Louvain, 1995.