R.F. measurements and standards in the range 100KHz to 3GHz

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Institute of Electronic and Radio Engineers
SeriesConference proceedings -- No 10.
ContributionsInstitution of Electrical Engineers. Electronics Division.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 vol
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Open LibraryOL14091777M

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and amateur radio communication. Measurement procedures and techniques over this frequency range vary according to the frequency and the type of service. In general, for services below 65 MHz, measurements of both the electric (E) fields and the magnetic (H) fields may be required.

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We report the frequency measurement with an accuracy in the kHz range of several optical transitions of atomic Sr: 1S 0 − 3 P 1 at nm, 3P 1 − 3S 1 at nm and 3 0 3S 1 at nm. Measurements are performed with a frequency chain based on a femtosecond laser referenced to primary frequency by: Guidelines for the Measurement of Radio Frequency Fields at Frequencies from 3 kHz to GHz GL 3 R = λ 2π () R a = 2 2 λ () Source Parameters Radio frequency electromagnetic sources radiate energy into space through antennas installed on towers and buildings.

These sources have widely different characteristics and thus require. Above 1 Ghz two traveling-wave tube amplifiers were used to reach 3 Ghz.

Swept frequency measurements of the RF attenuation into the building were performed by using automatic network analyzers with the amplifier/antenna configurations. Logarithmic spacing of the frequency samples was usedin the frequency sweep by: The term “short-range device” (SRD) refers to a device capable of wireless communications over a relatively short distance—from just a few centimeters up to a few kilometers.

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For the frequency, see radio frequency. The radio spectrum is the part of the electromagnetic spectrum with frequencies from 30 hertz to GHz. Electromagnetic waves in this frequency range, called radio waves, are widely used in modern technology, particularly in telecommunication.

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