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RF Field Probe Specifications And Design Characteristics

RF (Radio Frequency) field probes are an essential piece of equipment used for measuring the intensity of radiated RF fields. Although this instrument is crucial in implementing a radiation immunity test system, system specifiers often gloss over this essential element after spending a considerable amount of time and energy selecting amplifiers, antennas, and other equipment to generate the required RF field. Understanding the specification definitions, field probe design characteristics, and other varying features will, in turn, allow a confident and informed decision in choosing a suitable field probe.

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