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Reverberation chambers a la carte: an overview of the different mode-stirring techniques

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  • Andrew Charles Marvin
  • Ramiro Serra
  • Franco Moglie
  • V. Mariani Primiani
  • Andrea Cozza
  • Luk Arnaut
  • Yi Huang
  • Michael Hatfield
  • Marco Klinger

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JournalElectromagnetic Compatibility Magazine, IEEE
DatePublished - 19 May 2017
Issue number1
Volume6
Number of pages15
Pages (from-to)63-78
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Reverberation chambers (RC), a name inspired in room acoustics, are also known in literature as reverberating, reverb, mode-stirred or mode-tuned chambers. In their basic form, they consist of a shielded metallic enclosure, forming a cavity resonator, together with some mode-stirring mechanism. The main goal of such stirring mechanism is to generate an amplitude-varying electromagnetic field that is ideally statistically uniform.

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  • cavity resonators,receiving antennas, reverberation chambers, resonant frequency, acoustics

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