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Reciprocity in Reverberation Chamber Measurement

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Author(s)

David A. Hill

Abstract

Even though reverberation chambers have been used primarily for radiated immunity testing, they are reciprocal devices that are equally applicable for radiated emissions testing. This short paper presents the theory for radiated emissions testing and uses electromagnetic reciprocity theory to demonstrate the link between radiated emissions and immunity testing.
Citation
IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility

Keywords

mode-stirred chambers, power conservation, radiated emissions, radiated immunity, reverberation chanber, total radiated power, electromagnetic reciprocity

Citation

Hill, D. (2008), Reciprocity in Reverberation Chamber Measurement, IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility (Accessed July 14, 2024)

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Created October 16, 2008