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A.H. Systems Inc.


A.H. Systems Inc. has published these technical articles:

(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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Antenna: An antenna is a device that transmits and/or receives electromagnetic waves. Electromagnetic waves are often referred to as radio waves. Most antennas are resonant devices, which operate... (View Full Article)
(Electrical and Electromagnetic Sensing)
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This Tech. Note covers frequently used conversion factors, how they are derived, and why they are used. If you need to convert from one series of units to another for any reason, this is the tech.... (View Full Article)
(Electrical and Electromagnetic Sensing)
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This pdf covers the most commonly used convertion factors for magnetic field applications.... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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Ambient Field Strength values are measured as follows.... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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The constant in the above equation is derived as follows. Power is related to voltage according to Ohm's law. The Log10 function is used for relative (dB) scales, so applying the logarithmic function... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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Selecting antenna/power amplifier combinations for the coming new RF immunity standards.... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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Testing products for susceptibility to radiated fields above 1 GHz is on the horizon. The new medical standard now stipulates testing to 2.5 GHz, and this upper frequency may be adopted in the coming... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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The antenna is one of the least understood components in an EMC test instrumentation set-up, and a poor choice of antenna(s) can lead to multiple problems including erroneous test data, failed tests,... (View Full Article)

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