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Challenges in Using a Reverberation Chamber for Probe Calibration

Published

Author(s)

John M. Ladbury, Dennis Lewis, Galen H. Koepke, Randy Direen

Abstract

We discuss some of the challenges associated with attempts to calibrate electromagnetic field probes in a reverberation chamber. These include immunity issues, problems related to the transient nature of the fields in a reverberation chamber, and occasional unexpected changes in chamber boundary conditions. We present some of the specific problems encountered, and describe the methods we used for minimizing the problems.
Conference Dates
February 13-18, 2005
Conference Location
Zurich, 1, SZ
Conference Title
Intl. Zurich Symp. on EMC

Keywords

Calibration, Electromagnetic Field Probes, Electromagnetic Fields, Reverberation Chambers

Citation

Ladbury, J. , Lewis, D. , Koepke, G. and Direen, R. (2005), Challenges in Using a Reverberation Chamber for Probe Calibration, Intl. Zurich Symp. on EMC, Zurich, 1, SZ (Accessed April 16, 2024)
Created February 12, 2005, Updated October 12, 2021