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Exploring Site Quality Above 1 GHz Using Double Ridged Horns

Published

Author(s)

Dennis G. Camell, Robert T. Johnk, K. R. Hall

Abstract

This is a summary of recent exploratory efforts conducted by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Accredited Standards Committee C63, Sub-Committee 1,working group 1-13.2 on site requirements for radiated measurements above 1GHz. The main purpose of this group is to assess the applicability of low-frequency site qualification methodologies, prescribed in current domestic and international standards (e.g. CISPR, ANSI) to frequencies above 1 GHz. The current results of these efforts clearly demonstrate that new measurement procedures and techniques are required above 1 GHz, and that low-frequency methods are inadequate for qualification of measurement facilities.
Proceedings Title
Proc., 14th Intl. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Symposium
Conference Dates
February 20-22, 2001
Conference Location
Zurich

Keywords

Anechoic, EMC measurements, methodologies, site qualifications, techniques, test facility quality, time domain

Citation

Camell, D. , Johnk, R. and Hall, K. (2001), Exploring Site Quality Above 1 GHz Using Double Ridged Horns, Proc., 14th Intl. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Symposium, Zurich, -1 (Accessed April 21, 2024)
Created February 1, 2001, Updated February 19, 2017