The antenna is one of the least understood components in an EMC test instrumentation set-up, and a poor choice of antenna(s) can lead to multiple problems including erroneous test data, failed tests, lengthy or difficult test procedures, and challenges with repeatability. Useful to beginners and the more experienced alike, this webinar, presented by AH Systems, guides you through the key parameters that need to be considered when selecting an EMC test antenna. Attendees will also receive a handy check list for practical future reference.
An author and RF Engineer, Mullineaux has been in the EMC industry for 20 years, both as a supplier to the industry, and as a hands on program manager, achieving EMC compliance for new products. Mullineaux received his degree in electrical and electronic engineering from Portsmouth University, England, and is a prolific writer of EMC related articles, with all articles having a strong slant towards the engineering basics behind the tests. He has given many IEEE society presentations, most looking at the physics behind today's commercial, automotive and MIL-STD tests.
This tool will calculate the maximum coverage that the antenna will cover from a specified distance and antenna's half-power beamwidth. [more...]
High gain, low VSWR, input handling capability up to 800 watts CW, and rugged design make this horn antenna excellent for both immunity and emissions testing.
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