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Electromagnetic Reverberation Chambers by Bernard Démoulin, Philippe Besnier

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Table of Contents

Preface

Foreword

Introduction

Chapter 1. Position of the Reverberation Chambers in Common Electromagnetic Tests

1.1. Introduction

1.2. Electromagnetic fields and plane waves

1.3. Electromagnetic tests in confined areas

1.4. Discussion

1.5. Bibliography

Chapter 2. Main Physical Features of Electromagnetic Cavities

2.1. Introduction

2.2. Reduction of the modes in a 1D cavity

2.3. Physical features of an empty rectangular cavity

2.4. The 3D cavity operating in stirred modes

2.5. Discussion

2.6. Bibliography

Chapter 3. Statistical Behavior of Stirred Waves in an Oversized Cavity

3.1. Introduction

3.2. Descriptions of the ideal random electromagnetic field

3.3. Simulation of the properties of an ideal random field

3.4. Contribution of the statistical tests

3.5. Balance of power in a reverberation chamber

3.6. Discussion

3.7. Bibliography

Chapter 4. Impact of the Physical and Technological Parameters of a Reverberation Chamber

4.1. Introduction

4.2. Main parameters for reverberation chamber design

4.3. The usual techniques of mode stirring

4.4. The characterization of reverberation chambers

4.5. Discussion

4.6. Bibliography

Chapter 5. Radiated Immunity Tests in a Reverberation Chamber

5.1. Introduction

5.2. The calibration process

5.3. Examples of calibration results

5.4. Implementing of the immunity test for a piece of equipment

5.5. Immunity test in reverberation and anechoic chambers

5.6. Rectangular components of the electric field and the total electric field

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