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Pseudo-Isotropic Source for Anechoic Chamber Qualification

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Author(s)

Perry F. Wilson, John M. Ladbury, Galen H. Koepke

Abstract

A pseudo-isotropic source is presented. The source consists of an electrically-large cavity with internal excitation (horn antenna), a variable internal boundary condition (a rotating paddle as in a reverberation chamber), and randomly placed apertures for external radiation. On average, the radiation pattern approaches that of an isotropic source. Data are presented for a non-optimized box realization showing +/- 3 dB isotropy over typical planar cuts. Simulation suggest that better than +/- 2 dB should be possible.
Conference Dates
August 19-23, 2002
Conference Location
Minneapolis, MN, USA
Conference Title
2002 Intl. EMC Symp.

Keywords

isotropic radiator, reverberation chamber, anechoic chamber

Citation

Wilson, P. , Ladbury, J. and Koepke, G. (2002), Pseudo-Isotropic Source for Anechoic Chamber Qualification, 2002 Intl. EMC Symp., Minneapolis, MN, USA (Accessed June 21, 2024)

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Created August 18, 2002, Updated October 12, 2021