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International Comparison GT/RF 86-1 Electric Field Strengths: 27 MHz to 10 GHz

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Author(s)

Motohisa Kanda, Dennis G. Camell, Jan P. deVreede, J. Achkar, M. Alexander, Michele Borsero, H. Yajima, N. S. Chung, H. Trzaska

Abstract

this paper describes the international comparison of electric field strength measurements at frequencies between 27 MHz and 10GHz (GT/RF 86-1) The participating laboratories were NIST, pilot laboratory (USA), NPL, (UK), NmiVSL (the Netherlands), IEN (Italy), LCIE (France), ETL (Japan), KRISS (Korea) and TUW (Poland).
Citation
IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility
Volume
42
Issue
2

Keywords

anechoic chamber, electric field strength, international comparison, opentest site, resistively loaded dipole, transverse electromagentic (TEM) cell, travelling standard, tuned dipole

Citation

Kanda, M. , Camell, D. , deVreede, J. , Achkar, J. , Alexander, M. , Borsero, M. , Yajima, H. , Chung, N. and Trzaska, H. (2000), International Comparison GT/RF 86-1 Electric Field Strengths: 27 MHz to 10 GHz, IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility (Accessed February 26, 2024)
Created April 30, 2000, Updated October 12, 2021