Field maxima inside habitable structures exposed to 2.45 GHz plane wave radiation
U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Telecommunications and Information Administration, 1980 - Technology & Engineering - 37 pages
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absorber material anechoic chambers Aperture Coupling Cavity Resonator coefficient q configurations cosk3z coupling coefficient dB/cm defined dielectric constant dielectric heating Dielectric Material Dielectric Properties diffraction Diffuse Coupling Direct Coupling effective electric field elevation angle equation example factor field components field distribution field energy field enhancements Figure free space SWR frequency fringe area geometries habitable space Habitable Structures Exposed Hot Spot Problem incident field Insertion Loss inside habitable structures internal field loss tangent lossy dielectric maximum metal sidings metal surfaces microwave energy microwave field strengths microwave radiation mitigative measures Mode Scrambler open resonator Plane Wave Radiation POSSIBLE RESONANCE power density pattern Q-factor Q-value ratio reflection coefficient Reflective Losses reflectivity level reflector resonance field resonance structure resonant modes siNk3z skin depth Specular reflections SPS microwave standing wave supporting multiple reflections Table test point theoretical typical U.S. DEPARTMENT Various Building Materials VonHippel walls water content wave fronts wavelength