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Reverberation-Chamber Research - Then and Now: A review of early work and comparison with current understanding

Published

Author(s)

Paolo Corona, John M. Ladbury, Gaetano Latmiral

Abstract

The main part of this paper is an English translation (from the original Italian) of an early (1976) paper by P. Corona and G. Latmiral. Alongside this translation is an original critical review of that paper. Much of the current thory, models, and analysis techniques can be directly traced to this paper, and there are also a number of interesting suggestions and applications that would make excellent research topics. The original paper is considered a classic, even though (prior to this publication), an English translation is difficult to locate and reference. Publication of this translation will help establish some of the origins of reverberation-chamber concepts that we now take for granted.
Citation
IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility
Volume
44
Issue
1

Keywords

chamber, distributions, electromagnetic, mode-stirred, mode-tuned, reverberating, reverberation, statistical

Citation

Corona, P. , Ladbury, J. and Latmiral, G. (2002), Reverberation-Chamber Research - Then and Now: A review of early work and comparison with current understanding, IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility (Accessed March 5, 2024)
Created January 31, 2002, Updated October 12, 2021