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Radiated Power Measurements in Reverberation Chambers

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Author(s)

Galen H. Koepke, John M. Ladbury

Abstract

The electromagnetic reverberation chamber is widely used as a test facility to generate complex fields for interference and compatibility measurements. The chamber is also effective as a method to quantify the total radiated power from an emitter regardless of radiation pattern. This feature will prove useful for characterization of wireless devices and other transmitters, especially as the level of front-end integration increases. We examine techniques for measuring radiated emissions using power received from an antenna in the chamber, and demonstrate correlation to free-field measurements.
Proceedings Title
Tech. Dig., Automatic Radio Frequency Techniques Group (ARFTG) Conference
Conference Dates
November 30-December 1, 2000
Conference Location
Boulder, CO

Keywords

personal communications systems, radiated power, reverberation chamber, statistical, wireless

Citation

Koepke, G. and Ladbury, J. (2000), Radiated Power Measurements in Reverberation Chambers, Tech. Dig., Automatic Radio Frequency Techniques Group (ARFTG) Conference, Boulder, CO (Accessed June 21, 2024)

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Created November 30, 2000, Updated October 12, 2021