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Radiated Power Measurements of Electronic Equipments in Three-Dimensional TEM Cells

Abstract : Abstract –Three-dimensional TEM cells are new test facilities which permit us to measure the total radiated power of equipment under test, in the lower frequencies, without having to place it in different positions. Firstly, this paper briefly presents the three-dimensional concept and the optimisation works carried out to improve the impedance matching of the plates. Then, after a summary on the experimental approaches used for radiation measurements in TEM and 3-D TEM cells, radiation measurements results of an off-the-shelf electronic equipment performed in both test facilities are compared in order to study the reproductibility and the repeatability of the results. The final section of this paper focuses on the useful test volume of the 3-D TEM prototype.
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Virginie Deniau, J. Rioult, M. Heddebaut, Bernard Demoulin. Radiated Power Measurements of Electronic Equipments in Three-Dimensional TEM Cells. EMC COMPO 2002 3rd International Workshop on Electromagnetic Compatibility of Integrated Circuits 3ème Conférence Internationale sur la Compatibilité Electromagnétique des Circuits Intégrés, Nov 2002, Toulouse, France. pp.39-42. ⟨hal-00511203⟩

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