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Advances in Radiated EMC Measurement Techniques

Published

Author(s)

Perry F. Wilson

Abstract

Recent research on radiated electromagnetic compatibility measurement techniques is reviewed. The focus is on both widely used methods (open area test site, anechoic chamber, TEM devices) and emerging methods (reverberation chamber, near-field techniques). The challenges related to using these facilities for immunity and emissions tests are highlighted, particularly at higher frequencies where test objects can have complicated radiation patterns.
Citation
Radio Science
Volume
311

Keywords

anechoic chamber, EMC, EMC test methods, open area test site, reverberation chamber, TEM cell

Citation

Wilson, P. (2004), Advances in Radiated EMC Measurement Techniques, Radio Science (Accessed June 19, 2024)

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Created December 1, 2004, Updated January 27, 2020