Abstract : To design a system in power electronics, for instance a converter or an EMC filter, the problems of electromagnetic compatibility are taken into account during the final phase of testing, verification and certification of the system. The aim of our research is to consider the problems of EMC early in the design flow of a product. The objective of this work is to develop models to predict the near-field coupling between systems or subsystems, such as between elements of a converter. To do this, it is important to re-create the electromagnetic field radiated by each system, which will be represented as equivalent source. These equivalent sources are used to compute the coupling between the different elements depending on the distance and their respective position. The determination of these couplings can allow optimizing the position of the components in the structure to minimize the electromagnetic interferences and increase the performance of the system. The method used for the implementation of this approach is the multipolar expension, it can model the influence of generic structures (coils, capacitors, ...) in a spherical reference (r,θ, φ).This representation allows the construction of equivalent field sources for each element. For information or to validate some of our equivalent models, we used the software Flux3D®which is a calculation tool based on the finite element method, developed by CEDRAT andG2Elab.Furthermore, it was important to use a measurement protocol that allows us to inform or validate our models if we do not know all the electrical and geometrical parameters of the system or when the system have a too complex geometry to be modeled numerically in 3D.A measurement bench that can directly measure the components of the decomposition in spherical harmonics is used. The constructed model which represents the near-field radiation of the different elements will allow providing libraries that will be integrated later in a circuit software.