Comparison of Measurements and Simulations of Tapered Anechoic Chambers
Authors: Vince Rodriguez, Elis Rios
Publication: EuCAP 2022
Copyright Owner: IEEE
Recently the author presented two papers on the use of full wave numerical methods for the prediction of anechoic chamber performance. In the first paper  the author argued that full wave analysis while accurate is still dependent on the accuracy of the input parameters, one of which may be the material properties of the RF absorber. On the second paper  presented the author stated that full wave analysis should be reserved to evaluating the potential effects of defective absorber of location of lights in different areas of the range. In this paper the author compares the full wave analysis of a taper anechoic range with the measured performance of the implementation of said tapered range.
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