State-of-the-art anechoic chamber offers new possibilities
The Institute of Electronic Engineering has recently expanded its shielding anechoic chamber with new features, allowing measurements to be performed in a frequency range from 30 megahertz to 18 gigahertz.
The Institute of Electronic Engineering has recently expanded its shielding anechoic chamber with new features. The existing chamber was expanded to allow measurements to be performed in a frequency range from 30 megahertz to 18 gigahertz. This enables
- emission measurements and immunity tests on electronic devices and
- customised antenna design.
In addition to the anechoic chamber, partners, teaching staff and students also have access to comprehensive measurement equipment covering the entire frequency range. The state-of-the-art laboratory infrastructure available provides the basis for acquiring new research and customer projects and providing more extensive application-oriented training in the laboratory.
"The new laboratory infrastructure is a huge step in expanding our measurement capacity.“
In the near future the Institute plans to additionally acquire an automated switch matrix, optical interfaces and a camera system for optical monitoring during ongoing tests in order to further enhance the laboratory's efficiency.