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rchilder at us.oracle.com
Thu Dec 17 12:45:34 PST 1992
> and they give free samples ;-))
"Great. Now does anyone know of where to get equipment to test how
effective it is? "
I'd guess that virtually any hardware lab that has to test its equipment
to make sure it meets FCC criteria for minimal emissions, would have a
test lab onsite.
Such a test lab normally consists of the following :
- a very wide frequency range analyzer ( HP makes these )
- a set of antennas by which to sample the EMF field(s)
- a platform adjacent to the antenna mount, upon which
such equipment as is being tested, is rotated,
to allow the antenna to sample the entire 360-
-degree field at incremented altitudes and var-
-iable angles in incidence.
Those test labs I've been acquainted with are usually found at a distance
from production facilities, usually small outbuildings in fields out back,
insulated by distance from the EMF of the surrounding buildings. I can see
how this paper might make it possible to move the lab back indoors ...
To answer your question specifically, I'd check a HP electronic test products
catalog, with an emphasis on signal/frequency/harmonic analyzers.
-- richard childers rchilder at us.oracle.com 1 415 506 2411
oracle data center -- unix systems & network administration
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