Measurement of Shielding Effectiveness of Electrically-Small Enclosures
Christopher L. Holloway, Colton R. Dunlap, John M. Ladbury, Joshua A. Gordon, Jason B. Coder, Galen H. Koepke
In the following we propose a technique for determining the shielding effectiveness (SE) an electrically small enclosure. In particular, we use this technique to explore the shielding characteristics of a rectangular box used to shield a satellite based antenna from other electronics on the spacecraft. Measurement and simulation results are presented and show that, when a source is placed inside, different apertures shapes on the face of the enclosure will produce different internal and external field patterns, and have different shielding characteristics.
August 13-20, 2011
30th URSI General Assembly and Scientific Symp (XXXTH URSI GA)
, Dunlap, C.
, Ladbury, J.
, Gordon, J.
, Coder, J.
and Koepke, G.
Measurement of Shielding Effectiveness of Electrically-Small Enclosures, 30th URSI General Assembly and Scientific Symp (XXXTH URSI GA), Istanbul, -1, [online], https://doi.org/10.1109/URSIGASS.2011.6050695
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