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Statistical Analysis of the Correlation of Emission Limits for Established and Alternative Test Sites

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1 Author(s)
Hans Georg Krauthauser ; TU Dresden , 01069 Dresden, Germany

This paper discusses the correlation of radiated emission measurements on open area test sites, in TEM waveguides, fully anechoic rooms and reverberation chambers. Distributions of all essential factors have been derived and mean and quantile values are given. Influence of polarization mismatch and directivity is discussed. Based on the analysis of uncertainties, an alternative data treatment on open area test sites and in fully anechoic chambers is proposed. A statistical link has been established between the spherical wave expansion model and the array of point sources model of directivity.

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IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility  (Volume:53 ,  Issue: 4 )