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Gigahertz Transverse ElectroMagnetic Cell –refers to a  device able to emulate the effects of an incident plane wave (TEM mode) on the equipment under test in a very wide frequency band (up to a few GHz).

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Progetto attivo dal 2018

Modeling and characterization of a GTEM cell

As part of a collaboration with Rai WAY, the electromagnetic behavior of an open GTEM cell at different operating frequencies (from 250 MHz to 1 GHz) has been analyzed, implementing an accurate finite-element model of the device. The analysis, conducted both from a simulation and an experimental point of view, has allowed to characterize this electromagnetic structure as to the field uniformity, a quality necessary to carry out field probes calibration or electromagnetic compliance tests.