In-situ testing of aircraft and satellites using a transportable reverberation chamber

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Abstract

A transportable reverberation chamber with vibrating walls to create high field strength has been developed, called Vibrating Intrinsic Reverberation Chamber (VIRC). It creates a statistically uniform electromagnetic field without the use of a rotating mode stirrer, resulting in a better homogeneity compared to conventional reverberation chambers. The VIRC can be used for high field strength EMI and HIRF testing, or for transfer measurements from outside to the cabin or flight deck. The VIRC creates an isotropic, uniform field so it can be used for finding the weakest spots in a system, because all objects are illuminated in all directions.
Original languageUndefined
Title of host publicationProceedings ESA Workshop on Aerospace EMC
Place of PublicationItaly
PublisherIEEE EMC Society Press
Pages1-5
Number of pages5
ISBN (Print)not assigned
Publication statusPublished - 30 Mar 2009
EventESA Workshop on Aerospace EMC 2009 - Florence , Italy
Duration: 30 Mar 20091 Apr 2009

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Name
PublisherIEEE EMC Society Press

Conference

ConferenceESA Workshop on Aerospace EMC 2009
CountryItaly
CityFlorence
Period30/03/091/04/09

Keywords

  • METIS-264464
  • EWI-17142
  • IR-69790

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Leferink, F. B. J. (2009). In-situ testing of aircraft and satellites using a transportable reverberation chamber. In Proceedings ESA Workshop on Aerospace EMC (pp. 1-5). Italy: IEEE EMC Society Press.
Leferink, Frank Bernardus Johannes. / In-situ testing of aircraft and satellites using a transportable reverberation chamber. Proceedings ESA Workshop on Aerospace EMC. Italy : IEEE EMC Society Press, 2009. pp. 1-5
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In-situ testing of aircraft and satellites using a transportable reverberation chamber. / Leferink, Frank Bernardus Johannes.

Proceedings ESA Workshop on Aerospace EMC. Italy : IEEE EMC Society Press, 2009. p. 1-5.

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Leferink FBJ. In-situ testing of aircraft and satellites using a transportable reverberation chamber. In Proceedings ESA Workshop on Aerospace EMC. Italy: IEEE EMC Society Press. 2009. p. 1-5