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61. Probability Density Function of Power Received in a Reverberation Chamber
Topic: Electromagnetics
Published: 11/2/2008
Author: David Allan Hill
Abstract: The probability density function (PDF) for the power received by an arbitrary antenna in a reverberation chamber has been shown to be exponential. The purpose of this correspondence is to provide a direct maximum-entropy derivation of the PDF that d ...

62. The State of Antenna Calibration Standards in the USA, C63.5
Topic: Electromagnetics
Published: 11/1/2008
Authors: Michael Windler, Zhong Chen, Dennis G. Camell

63. {I}In-Situ{/I} Torque Magnetometry: Magnetic Coupling in Fe/Cr/Fe Thin-Film Systems
Topic: Electromagnetics
Published: 10/31/2008
Authors: Dong-Hoon Min, S. B. Lee, John M Moreland
Abstract: We have developed an ultra-sensitive torque magnetometer tailored to the study of thin-film interface magnetism and interlayer magnetic exchange coupling. The magnetometer was composed of an optical-fiber interferometer and a customized silicon canti ...

64. Characterization and Modeling or Random Vector-Network-Analyzer Measurement Errors
Topic: Electromagnetics
Published: 10/24/2008
Authors: Arkadiusz C. (Arkadiusz) Lewandowski, Dylan F Williams
Abstract: We present a technique for characterizing and modeling random vector-network-analyzer measurement errors. These errors manifest themselves as random changes or drift of vector-network-analyzer calibration coefficients. We model achange of calibrtion ...

65. Electromagnetic Nanoscale Metrology Based on Entropy Production and Fluctuations
Series: Journal of Research (NIST JRES)
Topic: Electromagnetics
Published: 10/8/2008
Author: James R. Baker-Jarvis
Abstract: Many electromagnetic measurements are based on the relationship between dissipation and fluctuations. As measurement frequencies increase and dimensional scales decrease, an understanding of fluctuations and the effects of nonequilbrium behavior beco ...

66. Numerical Investigation of the Induced Voltage on a Cables Placed at Random Locations Inside a Metallic Enclosure
Topic: Electromagnetics
Published: 9/8/2008
Authors: Christopher L Holloway, Luis Nuno, Perry F. Wilson
Abstract: A very practical susceptibility problem has been analyzed in this paper. It consists of a cable of defined length and fixed terminals, but different layouts, placed in a metallic box with an aperture. The induced voltages for the different layouts ar ...

67. Using Reverberation Chamber to Simulate the Power Delay Profile of a Wireless Environment
Topic: Electromagnetics
Published: 9/8/2008
Authors: Christopher L Holloway, E Genender, Catherine A Remley, John M Ladbury, Galen H Koepke, H Garbe
Abstract: Multipath propagation environment effects, such as frequency-selective fading, have a strong impact on the quality of the wireless channel. For example, multipath can impact bit error rate (BER) differently than Gaussian noise. For testing wireless ...

68. NIST Tests of the Wireless Environment in Automobile Manufacturing Facilities
Series: Technical Note (NIST TN)
Report Number: 1550
Topic: Electromagnetics
Published: 9/1/2008
Authors: Catherine A Remley, Galen H Koepke, Chriss A. Grosvenor, John M Ladbury, Dennis G. Camell, Jason B Coder, Robert Johnk
Abstract: This report describes tests carried out by members of the NIST Electromagnetics Division to study the wireless environment in automotive manufacturing facilities. Testing was performed at three facilities during 2006 and 2007. We studied an assembly ...

69. Electromagnetic Airframe Penetration Measurements of a Beechcraft Premier IA
Series: Technical Note (NIST TN)
Report Number: 1548
Topic: Electromagnetics
Published: 8/1/2008
Authors: Chriss A. Grosvenor, David R Novotny, Dennis G. Camell, Galen H Koepke, Robert Johnk
Abstract: The National Institute of Standards and Technology has recently completed shielding effectiveness/penetration studies on three different aircraft types for the Federal Aviation Administration.  The studies are used to understand the cavity coupl ...

70. Microwave Characterization of Semiconductors with a Split-Cylinder Cavity
Topic: Electromagnetics
Published: 8/1/2008
Authors: Billy F Riddle, James R. Baker-Jarvis, Michael D Janezic
Abstract: In this paper we demonstrate the use of a split-cylinder cavity for characterizing semiconductors over a temperature range of 173 K (-100oC) to 373 K (+100oC) at microwave frequencies (9-30 GHz). Complex permittivity measurements of silicon (Si) and ...

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