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ANECHOIC AND REVERBERATION CHAMBERS: THEORY, DESIGN, AND MEASUREMENTS
Título:
ANECHOIC AND REVERBERATION CHAMBERS: THEORY, DESIGN, AND MEASUREMENTS
Subtítulo:
Autor:
XU, Q
Editorial:
JOHN WILEY
Año de edición:
2019
ISBN:
978-1-119-36168-8
Páginas:
2019
109,00 € -10,0% 98,10 €

 

Sinopsis

A comprehensive review of the recent advances in anechoic chamber and reverberation chamber designs and measurements

Anechoic and Reverberation Chambers is a guide to the latest systematic solutions for designing anechoic chambers that rely on state-of-the-art computational electromagnetic algorithms. This essential resource contains a theoretical and practical understanding for electromagnetic compatibility and antenna testing. The solutions outlined optimise chamber performance in the structure, absorber layout and antenna positions whilst minimising the overall cost. The anechoic chamber designs are verified by measurement results from Microwave Vision Group that validate the accuracy of the solution.

Anechoic and Reverberation Chambers fills this gap in the literature by providing a comprehensive reference to electromagnetic measurements, applications and over-the-air tests inside chambers. The expert contributors offer a summary of the latest developments in anechoic and reverberation chambers to help scientists and engineers apply the most recent technologies in the field. In addition, the book contains a comparison between reverberation and anechoic chambers and identifies their strengths and weaknesses. This important resource:

 Provides a systematic solution for anechoic chamber design by using state-of-the-art computational electromagnetic algorithms

 Examines both types of chamber in use: comparing and contrasting the advantages and disadvantages of each

 Reviews typical over-the-air measurements and new applications in reverberation chambers

 Offers a timely and complete reference written by authors working at the cutting edge of the technology

 Contains helpful illustrations, photographs, practical examples and comparison between measurements and simulations

Written for both academics and industrial engineers and designers, Anechoic and Reverberation Chambers explores the most recent advances in anechoic chamber and reverberation chamber designs and measurements.



TABLE OF CONTENTS
About the Authors xi

About the Contributors xiii

Acknowledgements xv

Acronyms xvii

1 Introduction 1

1.1 Background 1

1.1.1 Anechoic Chambers 1

1.1.2 Reverberation Chambers 3

1.1.3 Relationship between Anechoic Chambers and Reverberation Chambers 6

1.2 Organisation of this Book 6

References 8

2 Theory for Anechoic Chamber Design 11

2.1 Introduction 11

2.2 Absorbing Material Basics 11

2.2.1 General Knowledge 11

2.2.2 Absorbing Material Simulation 14

2.2.3 Absorbing Material Measurement 16

2.3 CEM Algorithms Overview 22

2.4 GO Theory 23

2.4.1 GO from Maxwell Equations 23

2.4.2 Analytical Expression of a Reflected Field from a Curved Surface 24

2.4.3 Alternative GO Form 28

2.5 GO-FEM Hybrid Method 29

2.6 Summary 30

References 30

3 Computer-aided Anechoic Chamber Design 35

3.1 Introduction 35

3.2 Framework 35

3.3 Software Implementation 35

3.3.1 3D Model Description 35

3.3.2 Algorithm Complexities 36

3.3.3 Far-Field Data 39

3.3.4 Boundary Conditions 40

3.3.5 RAM Description 41

3.3.6 Forward Algorithm 42

3.3.7 Inverse Algorithm 54

3.3.8 Post Processing 55

3.4 Summary 56

References 57

4 Anechoic Chamber Design Examples and Verifications 59

4.1 Introduction 59

4.2 Normalised Site Attenuation 59

4.2.1 NSA Definition 59

4.2.2 NSA Simulation and Measurement 60

4.3 Site Voltage Standing Wave Ratio 68

4.3.1 SVSWR Definition 68

4.3.2 SVSWR Simulation and Measurement 72

4.4 Field Uniformity 75

4.4.1 FU Definition 75

4.4.2 FU Simulation and Measurement 76

4.5 Design Margin 79

4.6 Summary 86

References 87

5 Fundamentals of the Reverberation Chamber 89

5.1 Introduction 89

5.2 Resonant Cavity Model 89

5.3 Ray Model 95

5.4 Statistical Electromagnetics 96

5.4.1 Plane-Wave Spectrum Model 96

5.4.2 Field Correlations 99

5.4.3 Boundary Fields 102

5.4.4 Enhanced Backscattering Effect 108

5.4.5 Loss Mechanism 109

5.4.6 Probability Distribution Functions 112

5.5 Figures of Merit 117

5.5.1 Field Uniformity 117

5.5.2 Lowest Usable Frequency 121

5.5.3 Correlation Coefficient and Independent Sample Number 121

5.5.4 Field Anisotropy Coefficients and Inhomogeneity Coefficients 124

5.5.5 Stirring Ratio 126

5.5.6 K-Factor 126

5.6 Summary 128

References 128

6 The Design of a Reverberation Chamber 133

6.1 Introduction 133

6.2 Design Guidelines 133

6.2.1 The Shape of the RC 133

6.2.2 The Lowest Usable Frequency 134

6.2.3 The Working Volume 135

6.2.4 The Q Factor 135

6.2.5 The Stirrer Design 137

6.3 Simulation of the RC 140

6.3.1 Monte Carlo Method 140

6.3.2 Time Domain Simulation 142

6.3.3 Frequency Domain Simulation 142

6.4 Time Domain Characterisation of the RC 145

6.4.1 Statistical Behaviour in the Time Domain 146

6.4.2 Stirrer Efficiency Based on Total Scattering Cross Section 151

6.4.3 Time-Gating Technique 163

6.5 Duality Principle in the RC 166

6.6 The Limit of ACS and TSCS 169

6.7 Design Example 172

6.8 Summary 174

References 174

7 Applications in the Reverberation Chamber 185

7.1 Introduction 185

7.2 Q Factor and Decay Constant 185

7.3 Radiated Immunity Test 192

7.4 Radiated Emission Measurement 193

7.5 Free-Space Antenna S-Parameter Measurement 196

7.6 Antenna Radiation Efficiency Measurement 199

7.6.1 Reference Antenna Method 199

7.6.2 Non-reference Antenna Method 200

7.7 MIMO Antenna and Channel Emulation 212

7.7.1 Diversity Gain Measurement 212

7.7.2 Total Isotropic Sensitivity Measurement 219

7.7.3 Channel Capacity Measurement 220

7.7.4 Doppler Effect 220

7.8 Antenna Radiation Pattern Measurement 223

7.8.1 Theory 223

7.8.2 Simulations and Measurements 228

7.8.3 Discussion and Error Analysis 238

7.9 Material Measurements 243

7.9.1 Absorption Cross Section 243

7.9.2 Average Absorption Coefficient 250

7.9.3 Permittivity 257

7.9.4 Material Shielding Effectiveness 263

7.10 Cavity Shielding Effectiveness Measurement 264

7.11 Volume Measurement 270

7.12 Summary 276

References 276

8 Measurement Uncertainty in the Reverberation Chamber 283
Xiaoming Chen, Yuxin Ren, and Zhihua Zhang

8.1 Introduction 283

8.2 Procedure for Uncertainty Characterisation 283

8.3 Uncertainty Model 283

8.3.1 ACF Method 284

8.3.2 DoF Method 285

8.3.3 Comparison of ACF and DoF Methods 286

8.3.4 Semi-empirical Model 289

8.4 Measurement Uncertainty of Antenna Efficiency 293

8.5 Summary 300

References 301

9 Inter-Comparison Between Antenna Radiation Efficiency Measurements Performed in an Anechoic Chamber and in a Reverberation Chamber 305
Tian-Hong Loh and Wanquan Qi

9.1 Introduction 305

9.2 Measurement Facilities and Setups 306

9.2.1 Anechoic Chamber 306

9.2.2 Reverberation Chamber 307

9.3 Antenna Efficiency Measurements 308

9.3.1 Theory 308

9.3.1.1 Radiation Efficiency Using the Anechoic Chamber 308

9.3.1.2 Radiation Efficiency Using the Reverberation Chamber 309

9.3.2 Comparison Between the AC and the RC 309

9.3.2.1 Biconical Antenna 309

9.3.2.2 Horn Antenna 312

9.3.2.3 MIMO Antenna 312

9.4 Summary 318

Acknowledgement 319

References 319

10 Discussion on Future Applications 323

10.1 Introduction 323

10.2 Anechoic Chambers 323

10.3 Reverberation Chambers 323

References 325

Appendix A Code Snippets 327

Appendix B Reference NSA Values 339

Appendix C Test Report Template 345

Appendix D Typical Bandpass Filters 351

Appendix E Compact Reverberation Chamber at NUAA 359

Appendix F Relevant Statistics 373

Index 379