Comparison of the Currents Induced on an EUT in a TEM Cell to Those Induced in a Free-Space Environment
Per E. Fornberg, Christopher L. Holloway
The finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method is used to investigate whether the currents induced on equipment under test (EUT) in a transverse electromagnetic (TEM) cell are similar to those induced in a free-space environment. The approach is to simulate an identical EUT in both environments and determine a correlation based on the respective current distributions. The effect of the ratio of EUT to TEM cell size on the correlation to free space is also investigated.
IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility
Equipment under test (EUT), induced current, numerical simulation, transverse electromagnetic (TEM) cell.
and Holloway, C.
Comparison of the Currents Induced on an EUT in a TEM Cell to Those Induced in a Free-Space Environment, IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility
(Accessed March 3, 2024)