1MHz to 3GHz meet 110dB EMC Anechoic chamber
The term “anechoic” means non-reflective, non-echoing, and echo-free. The term “semi” denotes that a portion of the chamber is reflective, usually the sheet metal ground reference plane located on the floor of the chamber. The reason the floor is kept reflective and not loaded with absorber is because it replicates the real world more closely to that of a free space environment and because radiated emissions measurements are more repeatable and accurate if the RF energy emanating from the equipment under test (EUT) is fully reflected. In contrast, the reflections that pass-through foam absorber material attenuate differently (sometimes none at all) depending of the angle of incidence of the RF field impinging upon it.
Anechoic Chamber Description
we provide Semi-EMC Chamber and Full EMC Chamber for EMC Testing.
An Anechoic Chamber generally consists of an RF shielded room which is either partially or fully lined with RF absorber material. It is used to perform several types of testing and measurements.
our chambers are typically constructed from the modular shielding system.
EMC anechoic test chambers are used by industry to perform radiated emissions and radiated immunity testing of electrical/electronic equipment to various International specifications such as EN 50147 part 2 / ANSI C63.4 / EN55022 / EN61000-4-3 and various CISPR documents.
Chambers are also designed for EMC testing for testing in accordance with military and avionics specifications such as MIL STD 4612E, DO 160 and DEF STD 59-41.
we offers a fully range of anechoic chambers, including:
The types we provided for anechoic chamber room with RF absorber
- Compact chamber
- 3 Meter chamber
- 5 Meter chamber
- 10 Meter chamber
- Free space chamber
- MIL-STD chamber
- Customized Anechoic chamber acceptable
Shielding performance for anechoic chamber room with RF absorber