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RF & Microwave Engineering Articles for January 18, 2016

RF & Microwave Engineering Articles for January 18, 2016 - RF CafeThe first article in the list, Basic Rules for Anechoic Chamber Design, Part One: RF Absorber Approximations, will be of interest to anyone thinking about implementing a test area for electromagnetic field testing, whether for measuring EMI or measuring radiation patterns. There is quite a lot of good information there. Part two will deal with "approximations for bi-static reflectivity of RF absorbers and the rectangular design of rectangular RF anechoic chambers." If you like reading about 'squegging' in oscillators, then you won't want to miss Chasing Wild Ghosts. Enjoy.

Here is a complete list of all featured RF & microwave articles in 2016.

 

 

Posted January 18, 2016

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