A method of determining the emission and susceptibility levels of electrically small objects using a TEM cell
Ippalapalli Sreenivasiah, David C. Chang, Mark T. Ma, United States. National Bureau of Standards, University of Colorado, Boulder. Electromagnetics Laboratory, Center for Electronics and Electrical Engineering (U.S.). Electromagnetic Fields Division
U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, 1981 - Science - 45 pages
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Appendix BUREAU OF STANDARDS cell characteristic impedance cm 10 cm coincide with x,y,z-axes components corresponding output powers crystal detector dimensionless quantities dipole and quadrupole dipole moments dot product electric quadrupole terms electrical length electrically small objects electrically small radiating Electromagnetic Fields emission engineering equal steps equations equivalent dipole system EUT in free expression free space levels of electrically load magnetic fields measure the corresponding measure the output measured powers measured results measurement procedure measuring Az Q mismatch loss factor modal field distribution mode monopole antenna Monopole Length NATIONAL BUREAU NBSIR obtained Position the EUT power dissipated quadrupole moments radiated power receiving antenna reciprocity principle reference point Rotate the EUT small radiating sources Sreenivasiah steps of 45 susceptibility level Taylor series technical test antenna test object test point tests inside total power radiated vector vector identity vector potential VSWR waveguide x,y,z-axes respectively