anechoic room


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anechoic room

A room whose boundaries absorb almost completely sound waves which are incident upon them; practically no sound is reflected from the boundaries.
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The author would like to thank Randy Chang, Mark Zube and Shaun Trussler for their help in using the Agilent 8960 call box, Jari Van-Wonterghe for antenna measurements using the anechoic room, Sieve Walmsley for the use of the GTEM cell and Eric Guetre for support.
(1.) Adhyapak, Anoop; Chen, Zhong; and Shimada, Kazuo, "Free Space Antenna Factor Computation Using Time Domain Gating and Deconvolution Filter for Site Validation of Fully Anechoic Rooms," Proceedings of the IEEE EMC+SIPI Symposium, August 2017.
The NRL Arch Reflectivity Test Technique, "A Study of VHF Absorbers and Anechoic Rooms," University of Michigan Report 5391-1-F.
Measurement techniques and errors will be covered as well as various measurement environments like open area test sites, shielded rooms, reverberation chambers and anechoic rooms, and antenna techniques.