By James Clerk Maxwell
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This may require checking the calibration frequency range for EMI at a frequency at which calibration is performed. In addition, it may be appropriate to increase the radiated power in order to improve the signal-to-noise ratio sufficiently. However, the latter may cause increased radiation from the set and EMI to other services. Errors in measurement of the current exciting the transmitting antenna. Susceptibility to the presence of reflecting objects, giving rise to multipath propagation between the antennas.
19 A cross section of a waveguide: (a) indicated sizes of the waveguide and an area 3 Â 3 mm where EMF may be assumed to be homogeneous; (b) E-field distribution in the waveguide 46 Electromagnetic field standards and exposure systems immerse the probe in the waveguide. 19b shows an area of 3 mm in the wave maximum, where the homogeneity of the field is no worse than Æ1 dB. 19, and in an anechoic chamber was estimated at Æ18%. The use of the method was stimulated by the necessity to have a tool that would work at microwave frequencies, and this ability is the main advantage of the approach.
Although these methods are accurate, they are usually complex and troublesome in use, which often makes it impossible to automate them. Moreover, in methods using an OATS, it is impossible to generate sufficiently strong field strengths. Another disadvantage is a sensitivity to the external environment and mutual interaction of a standard and a device under test. Thus, the majority of methods can be applied when the dominating requirement is accuracy of calibration. The requirement is not always rigorous, which allows use of simplified methods that are easier in practical procedures.
A Dynamical Theory of the Electromagnetic Field by James Clerk Maxwell