Reverberation chambers (RCs) are modern EMC test environments in addition to the established methods like semi- or full anechoic rooms (SAR/FAR), open area test sites (OATS) or (G)TEM cells. They can be used for emission, immunity and shielding effectiveness testing. A reverberation chamber basically consists of a shielded room and a stirrer which changes (“stirs”) the electromagnetic field inside the chamber. The chamber itself behaves like a multi mode resonator. The main benefit of RCs is the low input power requirement for generation of high field strengths.
Teseq offers two new types of reverberation chamber models. The chamber XS, with the size of 2.7 m x 1.5 m x 1.3 m, has a starting frequency (lowest usable frequency = LUF) of approx. 500 MHz and chamber 2XS, with the size of 1.5 m x 0.8 m x 1.0 m, starts from approx. 800 MHz.
Chambers XS and 2XS are equipped with an optimized stirrer and a special stirrer motor to achieve the maximum performance. The chambers additionally are supplied with two feed-throughs type N, optical feed-throughs for the field probe and Stirrer Control Program.