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Short Pulse Excitation in a Reverberation Chamber
A Reverberation Chamber is a highly conductive, electrically large, shielded cavity, normally equipped with one or several stirrers to provide a statistically uniform and statistically isotropic field. The reverberation chamber have become a versatile tool in testing at microwave frequencies. However the present methodology for RS testing in a reverberation chamber is not suitable for pulse lengths shorter than a microsecond.
The purpose of the Master thesis work is to provide an understanding and theoretical base for using reverberations chambers with short pulses. The work consists of performing analyses and measurement in the reverberation chamber at the Electromagnetic Engineering lab at KTH. In addition, the analyses could also be supported by using the available numerical simulation tools.
In the long run, the intent is to use this improved description to develop a new test methodology for short pulse testing.
The student appropriate for this work presumably has, or wants to develop, a deep knowledge in high frequency electromagnetic theory combined with an interest to plan, carry out and analyze the results of advanced electromagnetic measurements and numerical simulations.
This degree project is covering 30 credits, the equivalent of 20 weeks of full time study.
The work is made at the Royal Institute of Technology, KTH (School of Electrical Engineering) in cooperation with Saab Aeronautics in Linköping.
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