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Reverb chambers

  1. Jan 15, 2005 #1
    Hi, does anyone know anything about reverberation chambers?
    specifically does anyone know about the industry standards, a camparason between
    SAE J1113/27
    GM 9120P
    GM 3100GS
    GM 9114P
    or any other standards which allow for a 2 -> 3Ghz operation would be helpful,
  2. jcsd
  3. Jan 17, 2005 #2
    Take a look at Lindgren's chamber literature, or even give them a call. They can probably point you in some directions. Also, a search of the current SAE standards should be helpful, as 9120P and 9114P may not be updated as much as J1113/27. Its been a few years, since I was active in EMC.

    There is quite a bit of info on IEEEExplore, wherein you can access the abstracts as a non-member, as well as googles scholar. The biggest issue with mfgr specific standards, and to some extent the SAE ones, is they often times bow to convenience, rather than to real world user needs.

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