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Comparing Numerical and Experimental Results for the Shielding Properties of a Doubly-Periodic Array of Apertures in a Thick Conducting Screen

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Author(s)

Derik Love, John M. Ladbury, Edward J. Rothwell

Abstract

The application of mode-matching to determine the shielding properties of thick screens containing a doubly-periodic array of apertures has been demonstrated through numerical results. The geometries used for generating the numerical data were intended to represent typical choices for aluminum honeycomb. In this paper, experimental results will be presented in order to validate this application of mode-matching. Some measurements were produced using an arch range transmission setup, while others were produced using the nested reverberation chamber technique. The measured data for each technique is compared to numerical data obtained using mode-matching.
Volume
3
Conference Dates
August 14-18, 2006
Conference Location
Portland, OR, US
Conference Title
IEEE International Symposium on EMC

Keywords

apertures, Doubly-Periodic Array, mode-matching, reverberation chambers, shielding

Citation

Love, D. , Ladbury, J. and Rothwell, E. (2006), Comparing Numerical and Experimental Results for the Shielding Properties of a Doubly-Periodic Array of Apertures in a Thick Conducting Screen, IEEE International Symposium on EMC, Portland, OR, US (Accessed May 28, 2024)

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Created July 31, 2006, Updated October 12, 2021