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Proximity and Antenna Orientation Effects for Large-Form-Factor Devices in a Reverberation Chamber

Published

Author(s)

Willem Burger, Kate Remley, Christopher L. Holloway, John M. Ladbury

Abstract

Recent research has shown that large-form-factor devices can affect radiated power measurements in a reverberation chamber due to absorbtion and physical blocking by lossy material present in the device. In this paper, these effects are explained and related to the orientation and proximity of the antenna associated with the large-form-factor load in the reverberation chamber. Guidelines are developed from these results indicating best practices for the placement of antennas on large-form-factor machine-to-machine devices so as to minimize the effects of loading.
Proceedings Title
2013 IEEE Electromagnetic Compatability Symposium Digest
Conference Dates
August 5-9, 2013
Conference Location
Denver, CO, US
Conference Title
IEEE Electromagnetic Compatability Symposium

Keywords

Cellular telecommunications, Machine-to-Machine Wireless Device, Reverberation Chamber, Wireless System.

Citation

Burger, W. , Remley, K. , Holloway, C. and Ladbury, J. (2013), Proximity and Antenna Orientation Effects for Large-Form-Factor Devices in a Reverberation Chamber, 2013 IEEE Electromagnetic Compatability Symposium Digest, Denver, CO, US (Accessed April 23, 2024)
Created August 7, 2013, Updated October 12, 2021